08:00 Good morning Hamish Reid, BBC News
Good morning and welcome to our live text coverage of the Queen's Baton Relay on day six of its tour around England ahead of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Today we're in Kent, starting in Tonbridge and ending in the county town of Maidstone.
Among those taking part are Kent gold medal winners in both the Olympics and Winter Olympics.
08:06 'Sun is shining' Stephanie Barnard, BBC Local Live
This morning I'm at Tonbridge Castle where the baton will make its entrance with Dame Kelly Holmes.
There's a buzz of excitement and England flags are being handed out while a school band plays.
And there's not a cloud in sight - the sun is shining.
08:12 'Incredible stuff'
Commonwealth Games England tweets: How good were @PeterWaterfield and crew yesterday evening? Incredible stuff. #BatonRelay
08:17 Behind the scenes Stephanie Barnard, BBC Local Live
Here's BBC Breakfast getting ready to broadcast the baton when it entered Tonbridge Castle earlier.
08:22 Needing sunglasses
Winter Olympian Lizzy Yarnold tweets: Morning Tonbridge! Great to see so many schools out to see the Queen's @Batonrelay2014 #stillinneedofsunglasses
08:25 Dame Kelly with the baton Stephanie Barnard, BBC Local Live
Dame Kelly Holmes enters Tonbridge Castle with the Queen's Baton.
08:39 Home town hero Hamish Reid, BBC News
Dame Kelly Holmes is in her home town of Tonbridge where she helped get the Queen's Baton Relay under way in Kent. She says she's very proud to be taking part.