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Summary

  1. The baton relay started at Glasgow Green
  2. It travelled to Merchant City, Garnethill, George Square, Dennistoun and Shettleston
  3. It also visited Celtic Park, Garthamlock, Alexandra Park and Springburn Park

Live Reporting

By Craig Frew and Findlay Stein

All times stated are UK

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  1. That's all for today

    That's it from today's Queen's Baton Relay live page.

    It's been a great first day in Glasgow. Shoppers on Buchanan Street stopped for a look at the baton, which also went on a trip on the subway, was carried round Merchant City and George Square before touring the east of the city and visiting Celtic Park.

    Our favourite baton bearer was 93-year-old Jamie Stuart who entertained the crowds with his antics. He also took a shine to one of the police escorts.

    Jamie Stuart

    Tomorrow, the baton relay continues its tour of Glasgow, travelling around the west of the city.

    Get to your bed early if you plan on joining us. Our live coverage starts at 06:45 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.

  2. Seven-time paralympian Michael McCreadie

    Terrence Campbell with Michael McCreadie

    Multi-medal winning, seven-time Paralympian Michael (pictured on the right with Terrence Campbell) is today's final baton bearer. He won two bronze medals in lawn bowls at the 1976 Summer Paralympics and a silver in curling at the Winter Paralympics in 2006.

    Wow!

  3. Baton bearers - Melodie Crumlin and Margaret Cowie

    Melodie founded the PEEK (Possibilities East End Kids) Project, which works with more than 950 children and young people annually aged between five to 25 to "increase their self-confidence and give them the skills they need to change their lives".

    Melodie passed the baton to Margaret Cowie.

    Margaret has been blind from birth. She has raised more than £250,000 in 30 years for the blind and partially-sighted. She is the chair of many charities including the Scottish Association of Guide Dog Owners, the Royal Blind School, and the National Federation of the Blind West of Scotland branch.

  4. Bye bye Balornock

    Shelia Atkinson and Hayley Calvert

    Sheila Atkinson (left) and Hayley Calvert (right) were Balornock's final baton bearers, and the relay is now making its way towards today's finish in Springburn Park.

  5. What does it say?

    Sandra Hunter has emailed this picture of her son Jonathan holding the baton with Dr Margo Whiteford, outside Glasgow's city chambers.

    Baton bearer with young boy

    Sandra says he touched the baton but didn't get to read the letter from the Queen.

    Don't worry Jonathan, you only have to wait until Wednesday for Her Majesty to reveal her secret message at the Opening Ceremony.

  6. Where are Crazy Horse?

    Neil Young

    A kilted Neil Young has just carried the baton in Royston.

    Fans of the Canadian singer-songwriter will be disappointed, but not surprised, to find out that it was a different Neil Young.

    Sorry Neil, we imagine you must get people asking you to sing "Heart of Gold" all the time.

  7. Selfie for Stephen!

    The current baton bearer has paused on the steepest part of Royston Road to take a selfie.

    The policeman on the bicycle behind him looks like he's glad of the short break.

  8. Ibrox makeover

    Colin McGregor and two young rugby fans

    Glasgow 2014 tweeted: "The rugby posts are in! Ibrox football stadium transforms as excitement builds for the Games"

  9. Relay in Royston

    Ibrahim Dikko with Magloire Sanou

    Ibrahim Dikko was Royston's first baton bearer. He handed over to Magloire Sanou, before Stella Winters ended this stretch of the relay.

  10. Baton bearer - Jamie Stuart

    Jamie Stuart

    Ninety-three-year-old Jamie was the 1948 Scottish two-mile steeplechase champion. He raised thousands of pounds for charities including Save the Children Fund and The Glasgow Lodging House Mission by running five marathons when in his 60's.

    Crowd-pleaser Jamie had some fun on the relay today. He stopped to pose with a police motorcyclist then pretended he was going to throw the baton into the air.

    Clearly a ladies' man, he walked along Alexandra Parade hand-in-hand with one of the police escorts before posing for a picture with a female spectator.

  11. Get involved

    Darren McCann

    Darren McCann emailed: "My dad Gerry McCann carrying the baton with his granddaughter Macie earlier at Wardie Road in Easterhouse."

  12. Baton bearer - Heather Usher

    Heather has run a local under-five's football club on a twice-weekly basis for more than four years. She is also secretary of St Paul's Youth Forum, which helps young people access sporting and other activities that would otherwise not be available to them.

  13. Guard of honour

    Monika Michon was given a "Grand of Duke of York"-style guard of honour by the police escort as she ended her stint in the relay in Riddrie.

    She then raised both arms aloft and saluted the crowd with the baton.

  14. No boat for baton

    Sorry, it looks like the kayak trip has been cancelled.

    The baton is now in Riddrie, where Amy Allan is first baton bearer.

  15. Hogganfield Loch

    The baton was carried by mountain bike into the parkland surrounding Hogganfield Loch, where it will shortly take a trip on a kayak.

  16. Goodbye Garthamlock, hello Ruchazie

    A waving Reegan Stevenson was the final baton bearer in Garthamlock.

    The relay has now moved to Ruchazie where the first baton bearer, Courtney, is a rhythmic gymnast.

    To the delight of the crowd, she twirled a ribbon as she ran with the baton.

  17. Close but no cigar

    Daniel Odoom with Kirsty Partridge

    Kirsty Partridge (pictured with Daniel Odoom), who has a pair of Commonwealth Games flags embedded in her hair, was well supported during her spell with the baton.

    A cheering group of children wore T-shirts which spelt out K-I-R-S-T-Y.

    Well it would have, if they'd been standing in the right order.

  18. Get involved

    Thomas McCann was out cheering on the relay in Braidfauld. He's very kindly sent in this great picture of Guilia Kerr passing the baton to Isobel Finbow.

    Baton bearers

    Please email us your pictures of the baton action, or tweet using #bbcbatonrelay. We look forward to seeing them.

  19. Loud and proud

    Ian Marshall

    The crowd in Garthamlock went wild for first baton bearer Ian Marshall. The cheers were deafening as he proudly set off in his kilt.

  20. Watching us, watching you

    If you're watching the video feed you may have noticed a couple of more animated spectators outside Glasgow Kelvin College.

    They were on their phones jumping around and waving their arms. We suspect they were telling their friends to look out for them on the BBC's video stream.

  21. Baton bearer - Josephine McMahon

    Josephine McMahon

    Jo runs a not for profit organisation called Handmade Arts which delivers art and craft classes to children and pensioners. She is chairperson of Glasgow-based environmental charity Urban Roots, and is also involved in Classrooms for Malawi, which funds education in Africa.

  22. Baton bearer - Nancy McGinness

    Nancy McGinness

    Nancy worked as a teacher and head teacher in some of the most deprived areas of Glasgow. Nancy also volunteered her time to work as part of the Blackhill Drugs Group. A keen country dancer, she has recently taken up ballet.

  23. Looking good

    Thomas Patterson, who ran a little earlier, certainly looked as though he enjoyed his stint in the relay.

    Looking good in his kilt, he proudly marched along Shettleston Road taking time out to allow spectators to touch the baton.

  24. 'Is that the Queen?'

    A little girl in the crowd was overheard saying, "Is that the Queen?" as baton bearer Moira Robertson went past.

    We have to admit to thinking that there is more than a passing resemblance between Moira and Her Majesty.

    Moira Robertson and James McNeil

    She is pictured receiving the baton from James McNeil, who looks nothing like Prince Philip.

  25. Baton bearer - John O'Hara

    John O'Hara

    The relay has now reached Garrowhill, where John O'Hara is first to carry the baton.

    John worked as a concierge and is now an environmental co-ordinator for Glasgow Housing Association. During his professional career he has prevented suicides, helped a tenant in labour and also reunited families.

    He also runs a charity football team which raises money for vulnerable people in the east end of Glasgow.

  26. 'An inspiration'

    Alison Hendry tweets: "#bbcbatonrelay watched Derek Todd on live stream & felt very proud! I grew up with him as my deaf youth club leader & he is an inspiration!"

  27. Shettleston

    John Kuriakose

    The baton has just set off along Shettleston Road, safe in the hands of John Kuriakose. He's receiving some loud cheers from the large East End crowd.

  28. Live at Edinburgh Castle

    The baton made a special appearance at last night's concert Live at Edinburgh Castle, which you can now watch on iPlayer.

    The castle welcomed a stellar line up of international acts, including Jessie J, Kaiser Chiefs, Culture Club, Smokey Robinson, Rizzle Kicks, Paloma Faith, Katherine Jenkins, Il Divo, OneRepublic, Alfie Boe, Ella Henderson and Pumeza.

    At the end of the concert former Olympians Gregor Tait and Lee McConnell carried the baton on to the stage, to passing it to Ronnie Corbett.

    Olympians Gregor Tait and Lee McConnell

    BBC Radio Scotland presenter Fred MacAuley then took the baton on behalf of the people of Glasgow, with a promise to "put on a terrific two weeks of sport and sportsmanship".

    He added: "The world will be watching, Scotland will deliver a fantastic show. Good luck to all the participants, especially all the home nations - I know you'll do us proud."

    Fred MacAuley
  29. Thanks to Gregory

    Martin Grassom emailed this picture of baton bearer Gregory Warnecke.

    Baton bearer poses with man and young girl

    He says: "Thanks to Greg at Glasgow Caledonian University. He posed for so many pictures. My daughter Sarah and I really enjoyed it, and one of the policemen even gave her a special wrist band of his. Brilliant atmosphere."

    If you've been out to the see the relay we'd love to hear about it. Please email or tweet using #bbcbatonrelay.

  30. Baton bearer - Guilia Kerr

    Giulia has volunteered for many years with charity Over The Wall, which provides life-changing camps for children with serious illnesses.

    She has also raised a significant amount of money for the organisation, which helped more than 100 children from all over Scotland last year.

  31. Fitzpatrick fans

    Active East aims to create a 2014 Commonwealth Games legacy for young people in east Glasgow by increasing physical activity and building skills through volunteering.

    They tweet: "Lots of support for Active Champion Edward Fitzpatrick even the dog is kitted out @Batonrelay2014 #bbcbatonrelay"

    Fans of Edward Fitzpatrick
  32. Congratulations to Kyle!

    Kyle Dragsnes ran with the baton in Bishopbriggs last night and his family got in touch to say,

    "Congratulations to Kyle!!! He was over the moon to carry the baton yesterday. We are so proud of him especially after everything he has been through with the road accident.

    "Lots of love from Mum, Granny Dot and Granda John."

    Kyle Dragsnes
  33. Baton bearer - Derek Todd

    Derek Todd is posing for pictures with the baton outside the Emirates Arena.

    Derek is passionate about sport, and has been a volunteer within the deaf community for more than 15 years. Those who nominated him say he is "an enthusiastic youth leader who puts everyone's else's needs before his own".

  34. Celtic Park

    Zabih Saddiqi was Parkhead's first baton bearer.

    Zabih Saddiqi

    He handed over to a kilted John Zambonini who carried the baton into Celtic Park, which will host the Opening Ceremony on Wednesday evening.

    John Zambonini
  35. Done in Dennistoun

    Declan McGarrity was Dennistoun's final baton bearer. The relay is now forging on to Parkhead.

  36. He just can't get enough

    One of the relay's previous baton bearers, Charles Inglis, has emailed to share his experience of the day.

    Baton bearer Charles Inglis

    Charles says: "I was bearer 35 on day 35 at Clydebank and loved every minute of it. I was at the evening celebrations at Three Queens Square and the reception at the Town Hall, all of which made the day so memorable.

    "Yesterday I followed the baton through Bearsden and Milngavie area where I live, and tomorrow I will follow it through the Jordanhill area where I was born nearly 72 years ago.

    "I can't get enough of the Queen's Baton Relay - roll on the Games."

  37. Baton bearer - Scott Maxwell

    Scott organises events to raise awareness and money for local charities, which have collected more than £130,000 in the last three years. He is currently fundraising for CHAS (Children's Hospice Association Scotland) and will be volunteering at Glasgow 2014.

  38. 'So proud'

    Kathryn Smith emailed: "Watching great coverage on BBC live and BBC24. As the wife of Robin Smith, one of the designers at 4c Design I'm so proud of what they created, how it has inspired people and how it will contribute to the legacy of the games."

    Find out more about how the Queen's Baton was created.

  39. Cathedral precinct

    The baton is making stops at the Provand's Lordship, St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Glasgow Cathedral.

  40. Wark at a canter

    Kirsty Wark

    Kirsty Wark has got the relay back underway and is running along Cathedral Street as drivers sound their horns in support.

  41. There's always one

    George Square's baton bearers warm up by performing Usain Bolt's lightning pose.

    Row of baton bearers doing the Usain Bolt point to the sky, one is pointing in the opposite direction

    Can you spot the odd one out?

  42. Ticket to ride

    Batonrelay2014 have been tweeting about the trip on the Glasgow Subway: "Ticket to ride: The baton on a @GlasgowSubway emerging onto Buchanan Street #BatonRelay #Glasgow2014"

    Robin Gallow on Glasgow Subway
    Glasgow Subway
    Glasgow Subway
  43. Wark walks

    Journalist and television presenter Kirsty Wark is just about to take the baton as the relay in Glasgow is set to resume.

  44. Doulton Fountain

    John McGowan carried the baton past the Doulton Fountain this morning.

    Baton bearer in front of large ornamental fountain

    The Doulton Fountain is believed to be the largest terracotta fountain in the world, and commemorates Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee in 1887.

    It stands 14m (46 feet) high and measures 21m (70 feet) across the largest of its five tiers. The fountain features sculptures representing Australia, Canada, India and South Africa.

  45. Baton break

    After a whistle stop Sunday morning tour around the city centre the baton is taking a well-earned rest in Glasgow's City Chambers.

    Margo Whiteford in Glasgow City Chambers

    We will be back soon.

  46. The Games are coming

    Tony Nellany

    BBC Scotland

    Glasgow's George Square is all geared up for the Games.

    George Square
  47. Baton bearer - Dr Margo Whiteford

    Dr Whiteford is the chair of the Scottish Spina Bifida Association, and this year became the president of the International Federation for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus.

    Her work in the health service and for charity was recognised in 2009 when she was awarded the Evening Times Scotswoman of the Year.

    Dr Margo Whiteford

    She is described as an "inspiration to many people, disabled and able-bodied".

  48. Spiral views

    Batonrelay2014 tweets: "Spiral staircases to stunning views over the host city from @The_Lighthouse #Glasgow2014 @GlasgowCC"

    Serign Sanneh at the Lighthouse
  49. Going underground

    The baton is taking a trip on the third oldest underground system in the world, the Glasgow Subway.

    We will bring you photographs soon as the baton is whisked along the inner circle from St Enoch station to Buchanan Street.

  50. Buchanan Street and the baton

    Natalie Turek and Harold Brown look like they enjoyed every moment with the baton as they had honour of taking part in the Buchanan Street section of the relay.

    Natalie Turek
    Harold Brown
  51. Lighthouse trip

    The baton has just emerged from the Lighthouse, which is situated in Charles Rennie Mackintosh's famous Herald building.

    The converted former offices of the Glasgow Herald newspaper now provide exhibition space and Scotland's national centre for design and architecture.

    Serign Sanneh waved to the huge crowds in Buchanan Street.

    Serign Sanneh
  52. 'Big crowds'

    Mark Beaumont has been following the baton in Glasgow. He tweets: "Big crowds to welcome the Queen's Baton from the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall #bbcbatonrelay #BatonRelay"

    Glasgow city centre
  53. Hitting the shops

    The baton travelling is down one of Glasgow's busiest shopping streets, and it appears to be surrounded by a wall of rope.

    Daniel Skeith

    Watch the video feed for the latest from the relay in Glasgow.

  54. Duke of Thistleton

    Batonrelay2014 tweet, Duke of Thistleton: Clyde at the iconic Duke of Wellington statue in the heart of #Glasgow #BatonRelay @GlasgowCC

    Clyde at GomA
  55. Buchanan Street is waiting

    Simon Dedman

    BBC News

    Advance baton relay team arrive on Buchanan Street. Baton here in centre of Glasgow shortly.

    Buchanan Street
  56. We are off again

    Ian Shillinglaw hands the baton to Jacqueline Smith as the relay continues through Glasgow city centre.

    Next stop, Royal Concert Hall.

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

    Ian Shillinglaw hands the baton to Jacqueline Smith
  57. Get involved

    Stewart Murison got in touch via email to share his pride.

    "My girlfriend Emma Brunjes has done a leg of the baton this morning. She carried the baton at the youth theatre in Merchant City," he wrote.

    "She raised thousands of pounds by running marathons in the last few years and has volunteered with local kids this year so fully deserves a shout out!"

    We are happy to oblige. Well done Emma!

    Emma Brunjes
  58. Glasgow Caledonian University

    Glasgow 2014's Head of Sport, Greg Warnecke, proudly held the baton in the air as he carried it into Glasgow Caledonian University.

    Greg Warnecke

    A former basketball coach, Greg has worked across a number of large sporting events including the Australian Paralympic Youth Games, 2007 World Swimming Championships and 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne.

  59. Musical interlude

    The route took us from the Royal Conservatoire to the National Piping Centre as we enjoy a musical themed section of the relay.

    Paula McGuire at the National Piping Centre

    A special piece called "Fanfare with Flourish" composed by John Wallace was played inside the Conservatoire to celebrate the arrival of the baton.

    Fanfare with Flourish
  60. 'Love being home'

    Clyde tweets: "Emotion morning @GSofA beautiful place and Love being home! Will you be out to cheer us on? @Batonrelay2014

    "Here I am with William Mitchell, @Batonrelay2014 designer from @4cDesignGlasgow at @GSofA! Proud moment!"

    Clyde with Michael Aldridge and Will Mitchell
  61. Fun in the sun

    Daniel Richardson

    Big waves from Alexander Richardson as he runs down one of Glasgow's most famous streets, Sauchiehall Street.

  62. Lasting legacy

    Simon Dedman

    BBC News

    Gordon Matheson, Glasgow City Council leader, says "excitement is palpable" as the Commonwealth Games are about to begin.

    He told BBC News he had never been prouder of the people of Glasgow, as the baton relay returns after travelling to 70 Commonwealth nations and territories.

    Mr Matheson said that it won't be business as usual when Glasgow doubles the city population over the next two weeks, but the Games will provide a lasting legacy for Glasgow.

  63. Baton designers carry their creation

    Two of the men behind the design of the Queen's baton, Will Mitchell and Michael Aldridge, are taking part in the relay.

    The last time Will and Michael saw the baton they waved it goodbye as it set off on a global adventure around the Commonwealth.

    In the Designing the Baton video Will reveals it was "both a privilege and an honour to design the baton".

    He carried the baton at Glasgow School of Art, where he studied industrial product design.

    William Mitchell
  64. Baton bearer - Peter O'Hara

    Peter has dedicated much of his life to squash, offering his time six days a week.

    Peter O'Hara

    He has coach the sport for over 30 years and is a volunteer referee at squash matches throughout Scotland and is due to referee at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

    Peter suffered severe injuries in conflict and spent three years in hospital and was told he would never walk again. Two and a half years later, Peter was transferred to a rehab ward and began walking.

    Well done Peter!

  65. BBC News Channel

    The baton is about to reach the stunning Glasgow School of Art building in Garnethill.

    Glasgow School of Art

    Tune into the BBC News channel throughout the day as Graham Stewart reports from the relay as it travels around the city.

  66. Get a picture with Kudzai

    A group of scouts swarmed Kudzai Chidziva before his moment with the baton, as they frantically posed for photographs.

    Kudzai Chidziva

    There is a great atmosphere in the city, Glasgow is really living up to its "friendly city" reputation.

  67. Real hero

    Lorraine tweets: "#BBCBatonRelay George Parsonage, real Glasgow Hero!"

  68. Baton bearer - George Parsonage

    For decades George has been saving lives on the River Clyde with the Glasgow Humane Society.

    According to one of several people who nominated him, he's a shining light who "lives, works and sleeps for the community of Glasgow by ensuring safety on Glasgow's waterways."

    The retired art teacher and keen rower has been involved in saving 1,500 people from the river.

    George Parsonage
  69. Netball coach takes the baton

    The sun is starting to shine in Glasgow city centre as Jennifer Sancroft hands the baton to Chloe McGarvey.

    Chloe is a netball player, who has represented her school, local club and Glasgow district.

    She is also one of the youngest trainee coaches and part of the Glasgow Netball Associations coaching mentor programme.

    Chloe McGarvey.

    She was recently selected as the lead coach for the Glasgow Academy U13 squad.

  70. Badminton champion - James Pert

    James is a successful badminton player and recently won Class 1 gold in the Bath Special Olympics, in both singles and men's doubles.

    He is the British champion in his class and and is described as "a powerful role model".

    Here he is taking the baton from Julia Birkinshaw.

    Julia Birkinshaw hands the baton to James Pert
  71. Baton bearer - Gordon Robertson

    Gordon has competed for and coached the GB Paralympic and Special Olympic teams.

    Originally from Bishopbriggs, Gordon's sporting career took off at the Sport for Athletics with Cerebral Palsy in Denmark in 1982.

    Gordon Robertson

    For the next two decades he represented Scotland and Great Britain in every major athletics event, competing in track, swimming and football events. Gordon now dedicates his spare time to coaching young disabled athletes at Red Star Athletics Club in Glasgow.

  72. Baton bearer - Morton Fyfe

    Morton is very active with his church, the Salvation Army, and Abbeyfield Nursing Home.

    The 90-year-old completed the West Highland Way last year and he still plays golf and bridge.

    The people who nominated Morton say "despite his age and has not given up and still has a thirst for life".

    Morton Fyfe

    "He is a true role model and much loved," they added.

  73. Scottish Youth Theatre

    Claire Munro, who attends the Scottish Youth Theatre, had the honour of being one of the first baton bearers in Glasgow this morning.

    Claire Munro,
  74. Merchant City festival

    The summer festival in Glasgow's Merchant City is celebrating its 13th year and will be specially extended to 11 days to coincide with the Commonwealth Games.

    Duke of Wellington watches over the relay

    The Merchant City Festival runs from 24 July until 3 August and is part of the Festival 2014 celebrations.

    The key venues for entertainment and sport throughout the Games will be, the Glasgow Green Live Zone, Merchant City Festival, Kelvingrove Bandstand and BBC at the Quay.

    Find out more on the Glasgow 2014 website.

  75. Barras magic

    Batonrelay2014 tweets: "We agree that The Barras are magic, but we think this makes it even more special! #BatonRelay #Glasgow2014 @GlasgowCC"

    The Barras

    The Barras Market is an iconic part of Glasgow's East End and is also home to the famous Barrowland Ballroom.

  76. Baton arrives in Glasgow

    It is the first day and the baton is travelling around the Glasgow city centre.

    The baton will spend three days in the city and 400 baton bearers will carry it before it arrives at the Games opening ceremony at Celtic Park on Wednesday evening.

    Baton arrives

    Gemma Paterson looks amazed to be carrying the baton, or has she managed to read the Queen's message inside?

    Gemma Paterson
  77. 'Brilliant people'

    Louise Macdonald tweets: "Sitting at the laptop with my Earl Grey Tea, waiting to watch my buddy @AmmMonaghan run with @Batonrelay2014 on BBC #bbcbatonrelay"

    She adds: "I'll say it again - I just LOVE the @Batonrelay2014 - all these brilliant people from communities being recognised #bbcbatonrelay #proud"

  78. Merchant Square

    The baton is being taken through Merchant Square as the convoy travels around the building.

    You may know the covered square for its restaurants and bars, but it was once a bustling 19th Century marketplace.

    Claire Munro in Merchant Square
  79. Welcome home!

    Batonrelay2014 tweets: "Clyde with @Glasgow2014 Clydesiders who have lined Albion Street to welcome the baton home! #Glasgow2014 #BatonRelay"

    Clydesiders meet the baton outside 2014 HQ
  80. Games HQ

    Simone Callender hands the baton to Gemma Paterson outside Glasgow 2014 offices in Albion Street in Glasgow's Merchant City.

    Simone Callender and Gemma Patterson

    Dozens of Glasgow 2014 volunteers, otherwise known as the Clydesiders, have gathered to welcome the baton home. They are the ones wearing red, grey and white uniforms.

  81. 'Once in a lifetime'

    Megan Fenwick's family have been in touch via email. Megan was the third person to run in Glasgow this morning.

    "Can you please pass on the message that her mum, dad and brother are extremely proud of her," they said.

    "Unfortunately we were on our family holiday to Tenerife when Megan received the wonderful news. Megan cut short her holiday, flew home alone so not to miss out on this once in a lifetime experience."

  82. Sunday morning

    Happy scenes in Glasgow this Sunday morning as Sarah McGibbon runs with the baton in the Gallowgate.

    Sarah McGibbon

    We are flying through the baton bearers as John McGowan, Megan Fenwick, Neil Devenny, Adrian Wood, Graham Kelly and Sam Kelly all take part in relay.

  83. Anne-Marie begins the relay

    Anne-Marie Monaghan has the honour of being the first person to carry the baton in Glasgow.

    Anne-Marie Monaghan at the People's Palace

    The people who nominated Anne-Marie say she say is a "very sporty individual". Since was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis over ten years ago, she has taken up golf, skiing and swimming.

  84. Bright and early

    The crowds have started to gather, some in fancy dress, at the People's Palace in Glasgow Green as day 37 starts in colourful fashion.

    women in sailor customes
  85. Where can I see the baton?

    The Queen's baton will start at the People's Palace in Glasgow Green as it begins three day adventure around the city.

    Today the baton will also reach Merchant City, Garnethill, George Square, Dennistoun, Shettleston, Garthamlock, Alexandra Park and finish with an evening event at Springburn Park.

    map

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

    07.00 BST Glasgow Green

    08.00 BST Merchant City

    09.30 BST Garnethill

    11.50 BST George Square

    13.35 BST Dennistoun

    14.40 BST Shettleston

    15.50 BST Garthamlock

    17.30 BST Alexandra Park

    18.30 BST Springburn Park

  86. Good morning

    Good morning and welcome to Day 37 of the Queen's Baton Relay in Scotland.

    The relay has finally made it. It is a very important day as the Queen's baton has arrived in Glasgow for the first time.

    Today the baton relay will start at Glasgow Green and finish in Springburn as it travels around the city.