Olympic Torch Relay day two: Hull, Brough, Goole
The Olympic Torch is leaving Hull this morning and heading to Brough and Goole.
Throughout the morning, we’ll be updating its progress as it is carried through the region. Send us your pictures by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, upload them straight to our picture galleries or tweet us @thisishull.
9.05am: Well, that's it for the torch relay in East Yorkshire. Organisers have been thrilled by the turnout and reaction over the past two days.
The torch has left Goole and EYMS says bus routes are beginning to return to normal.
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Thanks to everyone who has sent in pictures - please do keep them coming - we'll be adding more content throughout the day.
Earlier, town crier Michael Wood announced the arrival of the torch to Elloughton:
More on the Olympic Torch Relay through Hull and East Yorkshire
8.45am: Amazing scenes in Goole as the torch is cheered on by huge crowds.
8.29am: The torch is about to be lit in Goole. BBC Radio Humberside's Andy Comfort says he's "gobsmacked" by the turnout.
Back to Hull and here's a quick video of the torch being lit at The Deep this morning:
8.08am: MP Andrew Percy says there is great turnout in Goole for the arrival of the torch. Should be there in about 20 minutes. Families are lining Boothferry Road.
7.57am: On Twitter, Rich Rushton (@rushtonrich) says: "Just been out in Brough for the Olympic Relay, a whole community lining the streets, makes you proud."
7.44am: Up the road in Goole, it's a beautiful morning and the crowds are already in Olympic mood as they wait for the torch's arrival.
Union Jacks are being waved at passing motorists as they travel along Boothferry Road.
In less than an hour the torch will arrive in town.
Meanwhile, EYMS says there are no major problems being reported on the buses this morning, just expecting minor delays until roads reopen.
7.38am: The torch has arrived in Brough to an enthusiastic reception. Town cryer Michael Wood helped inject some Olympic spirit into the crowds despite the early hour.
7.19am: Big crowds in Brough and Elloughton says reporter Rob Sellars.
7.10am: The torch has started on the next leg of its journey, heading towards Castle Street and Hessle Road. Organisers say East Yorkshire has seen the biggest response since the start!
6.55am: Two divers at The Deep's Endless Ocean's tank beat out Hull's Olympic rhythm 10m under water before the torch left the building on the next leg of its journey. And the torch has been lit!
Divers Tom Rowe and Ben James get day two of East Yorkshire's relay off to a stunning start.
6.45am: Reporter Lucy Lyon is at The Deep. Updates shortly.
Full details of the best places to see the flame this morning's are available in our guide to the Olympic Torch route.
Here are the details in brief:
7.09am: Hull (The Deep)
7.09am: Pedestrian bridge
7.10am: Humber Street
7.11am: Queen Street
7.12am: Castle Street
7.18am: Hessle Road (A63 section - ending near St James Street)
7.37am: Brough/Elloughton (Welton Road)
7.49am: Elloughton Road
7.58am: Main Street
7.59am: Stockbridge Road
8.29am: Goole (Boothferry Road)
8.39am: Stanhope Street
8.42am: Coronation Street
8.43am: Boothferry Road
8.51am: Rawcliffe Road
Look back on all the action from yesterday's Olympic Torch relay in Bridlington, Beverley and Hull here.