London 2012: Cauldron lit in Dover on day 61 of Olympic torch relay


The final Olympic torchbearer of day 61 - Graeme Faber from Canterbury - lit a cauldron on a stage in front of thousands of people in Dover.

The Olympic torch started the day in Hastings, East Sussex, before travelling to Rye, then on to Kent, making its way through Ashford, Hythe, and Folkestone on its way to the White Cliffs of Dover.

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