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Summary

  1. Comedian and actor Craig Hill carried the baton at the Clyde Cruising Club in Bardowie
  2. The baton stopped at Bearsden’s historic Roman Baths and the start of the West Highland Way
  3. Milngavie, Torrance, Lennoxtown, Kirkintilloch, Lenzie and Bishopbriggs are on the route today

Live Reporting

By Findlay Stein and Craig Frew

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

  2. Bye for now

    Craig Frew

    BBC Scotland

    That's all from the Queen's Baton Relay live page for today.

    Thank you for all the great messages of support for the baton bearers.

    Crowds welcome baton

    Tomorrow, the baton relay finally reaches Glasgow as the Commonwealth Games edge closer.

    You can join us bright and early for all the excitement as the live coverage starts at 07:00 BST.

    Are you, or is someone you know, taking part in the relay tomorrow? We would love to hear from you.

    You can get the latest news from the baton relay on our website.

  3. Go William!

    The crowds are being encouraged by William Tennant as we approach the end of the relay in Bishopbriggs.

  4. Get involved

    Suzanne Ryan on email, "Just wanted to say how happy I am for Kenneth and Pauline, they are a truly lovely couple and it is very well deserved! Go Walmsleys!! From family friend, :) x"

    Keith Joss also emailed to say, "Congratulations to Hugh Wright of Lenzie Tennis Club, carrying the baton in Lenzie.

    "Hugh is a key member of the Club Committee, and has also been a Boys' Brigade officer for many years."

  5. Baton bearer - John Watret

    John gives up his time for the local church and helps out with the Sunday school classes.

    With his guide dog Yoshi in tow, he gives inspirational talks about living with blindness.

    John Watret
  6. Baton in Bishopbriggs

    Hold on to your hats (or brolly). The baton relay is about to begin again, as we build to a conclusion in Bishopbriggs.

  7. Baton bearer - Kenneth Walmsley

    Ken has been volunteering in his community for the last 20 years and is the club administrator and coach of Kaizen Shoto Budo Martial Arts Club.

    Well done Ken!

  8. Bishopbaton

    An excited Iain Atkinson was the first person to take the baton in a rainy Bishopbriggs.

    He proudly waved the baton in the air as he ran down the street.

    Iain Atkinson
  9. Technical issue

    We are aware of an issue on bbc.co.uk affecting some users, and are working as hard as possible to fix it.

    This issue is affecting the Queen's Baton Relay video feed for some people. In the meantime, we will continue to update our page with text and photos.

  10. Thank you Lenzie

    Look out Bishopbriggs - the baton is coming to your community.

    We will have photographs from the Lenzie section of the relay soon.

  11. Lenzie baton bearers

    Jamie Steedman is the third person to take part in the relay in Lenzie.

    Jamie Steedman

    He shares the baton bearing duties with Laura Ritchie, Grant Shearer and Hugh Wright.

  12. Get involved

    Excitement is starting to build for the Games, as ErinMac tweets, "Watched the Baton Relay this morning and now off to see the dress rehearsal of the Opening Ceremony tonight, buzzin!"

  13. 'Well Deserved'

    Irene Mcclymont got in touch via email.

    "Looking forward to seeing my Uncle Jim's brother Billy Tennant carry the Baton in Bishopbriggs (missed Irene in Milngavie though as she was in the pedestrian area)."

    "Many Congratulations both and well deserved," she added.

  14. Almost Glasgow time!

    Simon Dedman

    BBC News

    Tomorrow the #BatonRelay enters the host city Glasgow for the final 3 days of #bbcbatonrelay

  15. We are off again!

    The baton is about to depart Kirkintilloch and head to Lenzie for the next section of the relay.

    The first baton bearer in the town will be Laura Ritchie.

  16. Where's the baton?

    East Dunbartonshire Council ‏have been on Twitter: "Baton? Where's the baton? These 2 guard dogs may have taken their eye off the ball. #BatonRelay #Kirkintilloch"

    two dogs
  17. Touching the baton

    Kelly Lyons

    In a great moment on the baton relay, Kelly Lyons stopped to give supporters an opportunity to touch the baton in Kirkintilloch.

  18. Baton memories

    Diana Barclay, who carried the baton in Twechar earlier, has been in touch.

    She said: "Thanks to everyone who made my day so special! Especially the transport team and the police escort!

    "A day I will remember the rest of my life! Hope everyone has an amazing time during the Games!"

    Send us your experiences of the Queen's Baton Relay by email.

  19. Is Clyde a venus flytrap?

    Craig Frew

    BBC Scotland

    We all thought Clyde was a thistle, but could he really be a venus flytrap? The jury is out.

    Louise Paterson got in touch via email to send us this picture of the Commonwealth Games mascot with baton bearers Margaret Zoma and Jane McLaughlin.

    Margaret Zoma, and Jane McLaughlin with Clyde
  20. Nicola, so proud

    Katya tweets: "#batonrelay Nicola, so proud of u & all ur fab achievements! Enjoy baton on the barge thru Kirki! Luv Cat & midnight""

    Katya was tweeting in support of Nicola Keppie, who carried the baton on the Forth and Clyde canal.

    Send us your tweets using the #bbcbatonrelay

  21. Live at Edinburgh Castle

    Tony Nellany

    BBC Scotland

    Tonight on @BBCOne a special gig @edinburghcastle http://bbc.in/1qEYCPm keep an eye out for a special appearance.

    Live at Edinburgh Castle graphic
  22. Well done Nicola

    Nicola Keppie is a gifted swimmer who trains with the Temple Disability Swimming Club.

    She's represented Scotland in the Special Olympics three times - winning gold, silver and bronze in Glasgow in 2005, gold and silver in Leicester four years later and gold in Bath last year.

    Nicola Keppie

    Nicola is travelling with the baton on a boat along the Forth and Clyde canal.

  23. Forth and Clyde canal

    Ian Bowman carried the baton along the footpath at the Forth and Clyde canal. We are getting closer to Glasgow with every step.

  24. Baton in Kirkintilloch

    We are still having fun in the rain in Kirkintilloch as the streets are lined will baton bearer supporters.

    Nicole Tucker and Craig Walker posed for photographs as the baton whistled through the town.

    Nicole Tucker and Craig Walker

    Smile, it's the baton! Amy McDowall is surrounded by her supporters before her stint with the baton.

    Amy McDowall
  25. 'Loved every minute'

    The McLean family - Lynne, Alistair and Heather - emailed about the relay this morning.

    "Well done to our daughter Iona McLean, who carried the baton this morning in Bearsden," the said.

    "A double gold medallist in table tennis at the Special Olympics in Bath last year, you'd think she would be used to the limelight - but she was totally overwhelmed, but loved every minute.

    "Huge thanks to her police escort, and particularly Ian, who was a star with her."

    Here is Iona, on the right, handing the baton to Rebecca O'Toole, whose mum Deborah also emailed to say they were "overwhelmed by the number of people who turned out to welcome the baton through Hillfoot".

    Rebecca O'Toole takes the baton from Iona McLean
  26. Baton bearer - Juliet Gold

    Juliet is a keen sprinter and has represented her club, her school and Team Glasgow.

    The people who nominated Juliet say "her commitment to the sport is unfaltering and conveys a positive attitude to those around her, especially to the younger pupils at Lenzie Academy whom look up to her considerably as an active schools captain."

  27. Congratulations!

    Jennifer Guthrie has also been tweeting: "#bbcbatonrelay congratulations to Theresa Gault who carried the baton on Milgnavie Rd. Well done"

    Calum Ritchie is looking ahead at the relay later: "Very proud of Laura Ritchie who is carrying the baton through Lenzie today #bbcbatonrelay #BatonRelay @Glasgow2014"

    baton uniform
  28. Praise for the police

    Jim Sweeney has emailed to praise the baton relay's police escort. He says:

    "I have watched you every day online constantly from early morning till last thing at night, and the coverage has been amazing. I will be lost when it stops.

    "I think it is only correct that you inform the viewers that the people escorting the baton all over Scotland are serving officers of Police Scotland.

    "I didn't realise this until today, and well done to them. They have got into the mood and are so friendly - just like real people! They are a credit to Police Scotland".

  29. 'Thanks everyone!'

    Jennifer Murray tweets: "Just got to carry the baton! It's was amazing, thank you to everyone in Torrance that cheered me on! #bbcbatonrelay"

    Jennifer Murray
  30. Kirkie baton bearers

    Gillian Dodds hands the baton to Beth Kneafsey as the relay takes place in Kirkintilloch.

    Are you there? Email or tweet #bbcbcatonrelay with your pictures and stories.

  31. Hello Kirkintilloch

    The relay has now arrived in Kirkintilloch, where Skye Howie was first baton bearer.

    Skye handed over to Daniel McLauchlan.

  32. Well done Twechar

    Debra Barclay is the final baton bearer in a rainy Twechar.

    Sit back and enjoy the drive as we travel to the next stop on the route, Kirkintilloch.

  33. A dream come true

    Day 32 of the relay saw the baton travel around North Ayrshire. Karen Kelly was a baton bearer that day who jokingly pretended she wouldn't hand it back.

    Karen has got in touch via email to share her experience of the event.

    A smiling Karen Kelly holds Queen's baton

    "I'm 42 now and it's been my dream to run with the baton since I was eight. Finally, on the 15th July in Kilbirnie, I did! I grinned for the entire day and I think this picture just sums up how meaningful it was for me to run with the Queen's baton.

    "I would also like to tell everyone how utterly fabulous Police Scotland were in providing the security around the baton. Every single detail was slick and well-managed. The escort were really friendly and entered into the spirit of it all, but were uber-vigilant.

    "Thank you so much to every single person involved in the baton relay. You've made my dream come true better than I could ever imagine. The best day!"

  34. Where you can see the baton

    There is still lots of time if you want to watch the baton relay today as it travels through East Dunbartonshrie. Just remember the umbrella!

    Here is the rough timings for the rest of the day.

    • 15:00 BST Kirkintilloch
    • 17:40 BST Lenzie
    • 17:55 BST Bishopbriggs
  35. Baton quiz

    While we wait for the baton relay to resume, why not try our Queen's Baton Relay quiz.

    Light bulb
  36. Track the baton

    The baton relay is currently making a brief stop at Twechar Healthy Living Centre before we head to Kirkintilloch for the next section of the relay.

    You can follow the baton via GPS tracker on the Glasgow 2014 website as we continue the journey through East Dunbartonshire.

    Track the baton
  37. Baton bearer - Ian Stevenson

    Ian Stevenson swapped the traditional police escort for a guard of Roman legionaries as he carried the baton through Twechar.

    The village sits close to the remains of the Antonine Wall, which marked the northernmost edge of the Roman empire. Given today's weather, it's no wonder they turned back.

    Baton bearer flanked by Roman soldiers

    Ian has been involved in youth work for over half a century. He formed football team Eastercraigs Boys' Club in 1960 and Lenzie Youth Club 20 years later. Both clubs are still going strong today.

    Seventy-seven-year-old Ian continues to coach afterschool football and is "revered within the local community", according to those who nominated him.

  38. Let's off-road!

    A stunning photograph from our friends at Glasgow 2014 as Einir MacDonald takes the baton off-road during the relay in Lennoxtown earlier.

    Einir MacDonald
  39. Baton bearer - Erin Gilmour

    Erin was selected to carry the baton for her passion for sport, particularly netball.

    Last year she coached her local netball team to their best ever performance as they finished third in a local league.

    The people who nominated Erin say: "She has radically transformed the school team into one of the most popular clubs."

    Erin Gilmour
  40. Today on the relay

    It is fast becoming a baton tradition as Angela Amato received a guard of honour. She was the final baton bearer in Milton of Campsie.

    Angela Amato

    Alan Hill passes the baton James Knowles as the relay route passed through Lennoxtown. As we mentioned earlier Alan is a founding member of East Kilbride Athletics Club.

    Alan Hill passes the baton James Knowles

    Keep up! Wendy Lawrence picks up the pace as she runs with the baton in Lennoxtown.

    Wendy Lawrence
  41. Get involved on Twitter

    Val Bissland tweets about the baton relay earlier: "Great to see the Commonwealth Baton at Bearsden Cross at 8.30 this morning! #bbcbatonrelay"

    Baton Relay

    Douglas Chappelle ‏also tweets, "Loads of people in Lennoxtown for #batonrelay #bbcbatonrelay"

  42. Hello Twechar

    Craig Frew

    BBC Scotland

    The baton has worked its way to Twechar as we continue the relay through East Dunbartonshire.

    Keep your emails and tweets to #bbcbatonrelay coming.

  43. Video feed

    You may notice some technical problems across the BBC website today, which are also affecting the Queen's Baton Relay video feed for some users.

    Work is under way to restore normal service. In the meantime, we will continue to update our page with text and photos.

  44. Baton on the news channel

    Watch the BBC News channel from 13:30 BST as Craig Hill talks about his moment in the Queen's Baton Relay in Bardowie earlier today.

  45. Are you watching the relay?

    Are you watching the relay today in East Dunbartonshire? We would love to hear from you.

    Email or tweet #bbcbatonrelay with your pictures and stories.

    Supporters line the route of the Queen's Baton.
  46. Good cheer

    Tony Nellany

    BBC Scotland

    The rain has started to come down off the Campsies but people are still out to cheer the baton!

  47. Baton bearer - Alan Hill

    Alan helped found the East Kilbride Athletics Club, and now spends his spare time introducing and supporting new members of all abilities to Springburn Harriers. He also promotes running through schools and council-led initiatives.

  48. Baton in Lennoxtown

    The wet weather doesn't seem to dampen the spirits of the baton bearers or the crowds in Lennoxtown.

    We can hear lots cheers from the supporters as Joy Full, Owen Harkins and Rona Cargill all enjoy their moment with the baton.

  49. Where's the fire?

    It's reassuring to know that, in the unlikely event of the baton bursting into flames, we're in safe hands.

    Small boy in replica firefighter's helmet waves
  50. Golden gate

    Ross McCombe carried the baton in Old Kilpatrick yesterday. His daughter Cara has tweeted this fantastic picture using #bbcbatonrelay.

    Black iron gate, with middle bar painted gold.

    She says: "Somebody's painted my gate gold cause my dad ran with the baton yesterday".

  51. Baton bearer - Heather Wilson

    Heather has volunteered with Girl Guiding Scotland for over 16 years, serving communities in Kirkintilloch and Dunbartonshire. Those who nominated her say she shows "flair, creativity and a natural ability to keep those she looks after interested and ready to face the next challenge that she will guide them on".

  52. Helen sets off in Lennoxtown

    The relay has arrived in Lennoxtown, where the first baton bearer is Helen Arnott. She then handed the baton over to Scott McArthur.

  53. Shout outs

    Douglas tweets: "Can't wait until the #batonrelay reaches #bishopbriggs to see wee debs dancing at the finish #prouddad #bbcbatonrelay"

    And Suze Smith tweets: "#bbcbatonrelay Good Luck to Jennifer Murray and Ian Stevenson from Lenzie Community Council - Enjoy your special day!"

    Don't forget you can contact us using #bbcbatonrelay. We'd love to hear from you.

  54. French fans

    Ann and George Ross emailed to tell us they were excited about the baton relay today.

    "Been watching the relay from south west France," they wrote.

    "Looking forward to seeing Milton of Campsie at 13:30. Stayed there for over 30 years before moving here.

    "Great to hear that Agnes Raybauld and Angela Amato from the village are carrying the baton today. Hope to see lots of old friends too."

    They added: "Your coverage is brilliant, well done to all. Won't be doing a thing today, too busy watching the screen!"

  55. Baton in Torrance

    Craig Hill

    Following Craig Hill's fist-pumping, kilt-swinging masterclass in how to carry the baton, the relay has now arrived in Torrance.

  56. Two men and a baby

    Jean Campbell has very kindly emailed these pictures of the relay in Bearsden.

    Her husband John carried the baton to the Roman baths.

    Baton bearer sitting on Roman ruins

    John also posed with probably the day's youngest spectator - a 17-day-old baby.

    Baton bearer with young baby

    He then passed the baton to Manjulika Singh.

    Baton bearer bows as next baton bearer presses hands together in greeting
  57. Well up for it

    Craig Hill

    Comedian Craig Hill is pulling out all the stops as he runs, jigs, shimmies and waves his way to Bardowie's Clyde Cruising Club with the baton.

  58. Ready and waiting

    Craig Hill is ready and waiting for the baton. He tweeted earlier and - true to his word - he's wearing a kilt and trainers, as this picture from BBC Producer Simon Dedman shows.

    A kilted Craig Hill, arms aloft beside a loch

    Simon tweets: "Comedian Craig Hill waiting for the #batonrelay to arrive here at Clyde Cruising Club #bbcbatonrelay"

  59. Craig is on his way

    Comedian and actor Craig Hill will carry the baton at around 11:30 BST in Bardowie.

    He tweets: "Morning folks! Off to Glesga in ma kilt and trainers to carry the Baton in Bardowie! #relaylookingforwardtoit @Batonrelay2014"

  60. Pronunciation lesson

    Craig Shanks, Milngavie's final baton bearer, has carried the baton into the Milngavie and Bearsden Sports Club.

    For those of you outside of Scotland's central belt, Milngavie is actually pronounced "Mull-guy".

    Now you know.

    Craig Shanks
  61. Good luck from Portugal

    We've received a message of support for Katie Clucas, carrying the baton shortly in Milngavie, from her father Gordon.

    He says: "Good luck Katie. So disappointed we can't be there to support you today. Will be thinking of you in Porto Santo. So proud of you. Love Mum and Dad".

    Katie Clucas

    If you'd like to get in touch like Gordon, you can email or tweet using #bbcbatonrelay. We'd love to hear from you.

  62. Baton bearer - Michael Gibbons

    Michael suffers from multiple hereditary exostosis and has had over 20 operations to remove growths from his bones.

    A keen Scout, he's currently undertaking the Duke of Edinburgh's Award, with the hikes and expeditions posing a particular challenge to him. Michael has volunteered for both Cancer Research and Barnardo's and is currently undertaking the Saltire Award.

  63. No cars allowed

    The relay is currently progressing through a pedestrian-only area of Milngavie.

    Our media vehicle can't follow the action, but we'll bring you some of the photographer's pictures as soon as we receive them.

  64. Baton bearer - Gavin Johnstone

    Gavin is currently Active Schools Volunteer of the Year.

    A keen rugby player, he voluntarily promotes a plethora of sports, ranging from golf and athletics to after school football and cross-country running, which has benefitted children in the local community.

    Gavin Johnstone
  65. Massing in Milngavie

    Milngavie is gearing up for the relay's imminent arrival. Graham Mitchell tweets to say:

    "#bbcbatonrelay family all getting ready to see baton in down town Milngavie."

  66. Allander Leisure Centre

    The relay has paused briefly at the Allander Leisure Centre for some "community engagement".

    If you're at the event we'd love to see your pictures. Please email or tweet using #bbcbatonrelay.

  67. Team TG

    Therese Gault and fans

    Therese Gault had to delay the start of her stint with the baton when some supporters ran out with a large banner proclaiming: "Proud to support Team TG".

  68. 'Congratulations to Barbara'

    We've received a couple of emails regarding Barbara Bell, who carried the baton earlier this morning.

    A former Scottish hockey internationalist, she has just retired as a PE teacher after more than 40 years working at both The High School of Glasgow and Bearsden Academy. Barbara now has two weeks volunteering as a Clydesider at the Commonwealth Games before she can enjoy her retirement.

    Fraser Bell wished her "good luck from the family - Graham, Jo, Fraser and Poppy".

    Barb O'Brien, from London, Ontario in Canada, said: "Congratulations to Barbara. We understand it is quite an honour. You've made your Canadian family proud."

    Barbara Bell
  69. Listen on the radio

    Graham Stewart

    BBC Scotland

    Hear my reporter's notebook from my travels following the baton relay on Good Morning Scotland just after 09:20 BST on BBC Radio Scotland.

  70. Good luck Lewis

    Karen Stewart has emailed a message for another of Bearsden's baton bearers, Lewis Matheson.

    She says: "Good luck Lewis, enjoy carrying the baton. Lots of love, Karen, John, Connor and Courtney".

  71. Baton bearer - Magarita Sweeney-Baird

    Margarita created the first fully inclusive competition system for skaters with all forms of disability through the charity Inclusive Skating. Skaters from Russia, Canada, USA, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Scotland and England have since taken part.

    As a result, a system of local clubs is being set up, as well as the first permanent club for skaters at the Time Capsule, Coatbridge.

    Margarita Sweeney-Baird

    She is also the Special Olympics Figure Skating Technical Advisor.

  72. Baton bearer - Matt McCormick

    A member of the Junior Elite Team GB for snowboarding, Matt is also the Scottish and British champion, having won the British Championship for the last three years.

    He regularly attends Scottish Schools' ski and snowboard competitions - run by Snowsports Scotland - as a coach to actively encourage younger children to take part in snow sports and give them confidence in competing.

    Matt McCormick

    He's a Young Peoples Sport Panel member and was a finalist in the 2013 Young Scot Awards.

  73. Busy in Bearsden

    Tony Nellany

    BBC Scotland

    From the back of the media vehicle it feels like all of Bearsden is walking towards us in support of the baton bearers.

  74. Off once more

    Fresh from its Roman bath (let's hope it doesn't get a chill), the baton is back on the streets of Bearsden.

    Manjulika Singh is taking the baton down the edge of the road to give the considerable crowd a chance to touch it.

    Manjulika Singh
  75. Roman baths

    Roman baths

    The relay has paused at the remains of a bathhouse in Bearsden which, along with nearby Antonine wall, pretty much marks the northernmost extent of the Roman empire.

    If you're watching the video stream look out for the ladies on the pavement sporting sparkly deely-boppers. Remember them?

    Ladies in deely boppers
  76. Early morning crowds

    Tony Nellany

    BBC Scotland

    There are plenty of people out lining the streets early on a Saturday morning to catch a glimpse of the Queen's Baton.

  77. Baton bearer - Anita Neilson

    Could Anita be the first person to carry the baton while running in stiletto heels?

    A survivor of breast cancer, Anita often runs races and marathons for breast cancer charities, and is currently doing a PhD in breast cancer and exercise benefits.

    She also founded and coaches a group of runners with nearly 30 members.

    Anita Neilson
  78. Baton bearer - Peter Hunter

    Peter has been an ultra-marathon runner since he recovered from a serious cardiac arrest in 2010.

    Peter Hunter

    He finished 14th in the Scottish Ultra Marathon Series 2012, and in two years has run a staggering 10 ultra-marathons, with his longest race clocking in at 69 miles in length.

    A Glasgowlife youth worker, Peter has run for the past 40 years and has raised thousands of pounds for charities in the process, all while volunteering for young people and the community.

  79. Baton bearer - Kirsty Hamilton

    Kirsty coaches and also competes in cheerleading, and her group has recently qualified for the world finals. She raised over £3,000 for Crohns and Colitis UK by running in two 10k's and is, in the words of those who nominated her, "a true inspiration to others".

    Kirsty Hamilton
  80. Baton bearer - Douglas Crawford

    A kilted Douglas Crawford passed the baton to Kirsty Hamilton.

    Skier Dougie is a full-time member of the GB alpine squad and is the current overall British alpine champion.

    He always makes time in his schedule to support his local ski club in Bearsden, giving encouragement, relaying expertise and coaching the club's young racers.

    Dougie is also a patron of the youth charity Snow Camp, which promotes the inclusion of skiing, snowboarding and life skills in order to improve young people's lives.

    Douglas Crawford
  81. Get involved

    Findlay Stein

    BBC Scotland

    Stuart Crawford has sent a message of support for Fiona McCartney, who will carry the baton in Bearsden.

    He says: "Just wanted to wish Fiona good luck on carrying the baton this morning.

    "Your Grampa, Ronnie Whitelock, ex-Scottish sprinter and a great supporter of Scottish athletics, would be very proud.

    "Mum, Dad and Kyle."

    If you'd like to get behind one of today's baton bearers please email or tweet using #bbcbatonrelay.

  82. Bearsden Academy

    The baton is currently inside Bearsden Academy getting its picture taken. The relay will get underway shortly.

  83. We're off in Bearsden

    Darren Jarvie has the honour of being today's first baton bearer.

    Darren Jarvie hands the baton to Peter Doig

    He's also our first kilted baton bearer of the day, and he hands over to Michael Doig.

  84. Where can I see the baton?

    The Queen's Baton will begin its journey through East Dunbartonshire in Bearsden and will travel through towns and villages including Milngavie, Bardowie, Torrance, Lennoxtown, Milton of Campsie, Kirkintilloch and Lenzie. The relay will then finish in Bishopbriggs.

    Map of baton route from Bearsden to Bishopbriggs via Kirkintilloch

    If you fancy going out to cheer along the runners you will be able to see them at the following times and locations.

    • 07:55 BST Bearsden
    • 10:00 BST Milngavie
    • 11.30 BST Bardowie
    • 11.50 BST Torrance
    • 12:05 BST Lennoxtown
    • 13:30 BST Milton of Campsie
    • 15:00 BST Kirkintilloch
    • 17:40 BST Lenzie
    • 17:55 BST Bishopbriggs

    Please note that all times are approximate.

  85. Good morning

    Good morning and welcome to Day 36 of the Queen's Baton Relay in Scotland.

    Today the baton relay will travel from Bearsden to Bishopbriggs as it travels around East Dunbartonshire.