08:00 Queen's Baton comes to Suffolk Richard Haugh, BBC News
Good morning everyone. The sun is shining, the beach looks like it could be in Baywatch, and Olympic medal-winning boxer Anthony Ogogo is entertaining the crowds.
We're talking Lowestoft, where the Queen's Baton Relay starts today on day 10 of its two-week tour of England.
We'll be following its progress as it works its way around Suffolk - so stay with us, and please send us your photos, comments etc to email@example.com or tweet us using the hashtag #bbcbatonrelay.
08:10 Ogogo ready
Anthony Ogogo is going to be carrying the baton through his hometown of Lowestoft.
The boxer won silver at the Commonwealth Games in Delhi in 2010 and bronze at the 2012 Olympics but has since turned professional, so will not be competing in Glasgow next month.
He told BBC Radio Suffolk's Etholle George that he was "honoured and excited" to be carrying the baton.
08:20 Crowd frenzy Ben Truslove, BBC News
The scene as the crowd awaits the arrival of the baton in Lowestoft carried by Anthony Ogogo.
A mascot called Kipper is working the crowd into a frenzy.
08:25 Baton arrives Richard Haugh, BBC News
With a big smile on his face, Anthony Ogogo carries the Queen's Baton through the streets of Lowestoft.
BBC Radio Suffolk presenter Etholle George said: "I know I'm an emotional old thing but I did get a bit of a tear in my eye when I saw Anthony run in, proud as punch, carrying that baton."
08:35 Baton fun run Ben Truslove, BBC News
The fun run down Lowestoft beach has just been started by the mayor, not sure the runners know that though.
The baton's visit to Lowestoft marks the start of a day of sporting activity on the beach.
08:45 Ogogo wedding Ben Truslove, BBC News
The biggest cheer of the morning so far was probably for @AnthonyOgogo when it was revealed he has just got engaged. Congratulations.
09:00 Baton schedule Richard Haugh, BBC News
After the fun runs in Lowestoft, here's the schedule for the baton's time in Suffolk today:
10:00 - 13:00 Newmarket
A schools fun run at the Rowley Mile Racecourse and baton-bearers Ron Wallwork MBE (Commonwealth Games race walking gold medallist) and jockey Ryan Moore.
13:30 - 15:30 Bury St Edmunds
Super 8's athletics competition at Bury St Edmunds Leisure Centre, involving over 400 school children.
The baton will be carried by England under-19 cricketer Elizabeth Reynolds.
09:01 Baton schedule Richard Haugh, BBC News
16:00 - 18:00 Ipswich
The baton will then arrive at Northgate Sports Centre for a QuadKids athletics competition involving 700 children.
British handballer Louise Jukes will carry the baton, before Ken Webb will take it to Christchurch Park for a big public event with live music and a 'sports village'.
Paralympic powerlifter Zoe Newson will welcome the baton onto the stage and start a fun run.
09:15 Ogogo 'invigorated'
Anthony Ogogo told Etholle George on BBC Radio Suffolk he felt "really invigorated" after carrying the baton through Lowestoft.
"It's been a lovely morning, such a wonderful turnout," he said. "I feel really happy and really proud."
He also elaborated on his proposal to his long-term girlfriend, Katie.
"She was my childhood sweetheart," he said. "Luckily she said yes, she'll have me. We look forward to getting married in a couple of years' time."