Where the relay will be heading
The events will feature an appearance by the baton, but it will not necessarily be there for the whole event, each of which will be built a sporting theme.
Lowestoft – 7:45am-9:30am:
Carried by Anthony Ogogo, the Baton will arrive at the Claremont Pier and be greeted by the Mayor of Lowestoft and a fanfare of live music.
Following a mass warm-up, there will be a breakfast run/jog/walk/buggy push/toddle along the seafront following the route of the lower and upper esplanade.
Newmarket – 10am-1pm:
The Baton will arrive at the Rowley Mile Racecourse at 11:30am where a mass participation schools relay will take place.
Commonwealth Games race walking gold medallist Ron Wallwork MBE will hand the baton to jockey Ryan Moore – who will ride with it down the Rowley Mile.
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Bury St Edmunds – 12:30pm-5:30pm:
The baton will arrive at Bury St Edmunds Leisure Centre for an athletics competition involving more than 400 local disabled and non-disabled school children.
The baton will be carried by England U19 cricketer Elizabeth Reynolds.
Ipswich (Northgate Sports Centre) – 2:45pm-6pm:
The baton will be a VIP visitor at a QuadKids athletics competition involving 700 9-11 year olds, 80 young leaders, watched by 1,500 spectators.
As the baton bearer (British Olympic handballer Louise Jukes) runs around the track, she will gather a representative from each of the competing schools who will join her to complete the run.
Ipswich (Christchurch Park) – 5pm-7pm:
80-year-old keep fit enthusiast Ken Webb will run the baton into Christchurch Park. It will be welcomed onto the stage by the Mayor of Ipswich and chairman of Suffolk County Council.
British Paralympic bronze medal powerlifter Zoe Newson will welcome the baton onto the stage.