The Olympic torch is making its way through Kent ahead of an evening spectacular in Dover.
Thousands of cheering spectators turned out at the start of the flame's second day in the county in Hamstreet this morning.
The torch takes a long route through the county today before an evening celebration in Dover, from 5.30pm.
Crowds up to six deep gathered to welcome the torch in Ashford at about 10.50am ahead of a lunch break.
Around a thousand people turned out at the town's North School, where the torch will stay over lunch before getting back on the road at about 12.30pm.
The relay will then visit Hythe, Sandgate, the Channel Tunnel entrance at Folkestone and Samphire Hoe.