Best places in Worthing and Lancing to view the Olympic torch

THE exact details of where each torchbearer will run through Worthing and Lancing have just been released.

The Olympic torch comes through the towns today (Monday, July 16), starting in Broadwater just before 4.30pm.

The new information also reveals the “kissing points” where the torchbearers will swap over.

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The torch heads down Broadwater Street West and Broadwater Road, continuing down Chapel Road and South Street.

It will then head east along Marine Parade, before heading up Steyne Gardens and carrying on along Brighton Road.

At Beach Green in Lancing, it will turn up South Street, before finishing in Grinstead Lane at 5.42pm.

The change-over points in Worthing are:

4.24pm – Konstantinos Filis starts the relay from Lamorna Grove, by Broadwater Green

4.27pm – Jill Keig-Shevlin, Rectory Gardens

4.30pm – Sally Ricketts, Georgia Avenue

4.33pm – Nigel Wrapson, Westbourne Avenue

4.37pm – Reinhard Kalafus, Newland Road

4.40pm – Cyril Moré, Stoke Abbott Road (by the war memorial)

4.43pm – Patrick Lebon, Market Street

4.46pm – Leyla Nemati and chaperone, Marine Place

4.49pm – Claudia Rieß, 259 Brighton Road (Steyne Gardens)

4.52pm – Maria Magno, Beach House Park

4.55pm – Kirsty Bastin, Selden Road

4.58pm – Daniel Robinson, Navarino Road

5.01pm – Christopher Cannon, Ophir Road

5.05pm – Graeme Rose, 289 Brighton Road

5.07pm – Anthony Smith, BP Garage, Brighton Road

5.10pm – Thomas Kimber, pole 65, just before Brooklands, Brighton Road

5.14pm – Benjamin Wilkes, Milford Court, Brighton Road

5.17pm – Stephen Brooks, Besborough Terrace

The change-over points in Laning are:

5.19pm – Charles White, East Street

5.23pm – Laura Thwaites, Penhill Road

5.26pm – Alexander Fraser, pole 28

5.29pm – Julia Zeen, 135 Grinstead Lane

5.32pm – Clare Forbes, 82 Grinstead Lane

5.35pm – the torch reverts to convoy mode to travel on to Hove