David Beckham will ignite the first leg of the relay as the Olympic flame passes St Michael's Mount, takes a balloon ride over the Eden Project’s rainforest biome and crosses the Tamar Bridge on its journey through Cornwall.
The Olympic torch will pass St Michael's Mount, visit the Eden Project and cross the Tamar Bridge on its journey through Cornwall.
The torch will start at Land's End on 19 May and travel through the county before an overnight stop in Plymouth.
Cornwall's Julie Kitchen recently got turned down by Seb Coe to carry the Olympic torch in her hometown of Penzance.
The Olympic flame will take a spectacular flight around the Eden Project’s Rainforest Biome as part of its journey to the Games in London, it was announced today (Monday November 7).
Nominations have opened for "inspirational people" to carry the Olympic torch through Cornwall on the first leg of its journey to London.
The Olympic Torch Relay will start at Land's End on 19 May and travel through the UK to reach London on 21 July.
Disadvantaged youngsters from Penzance are to get a sporting chance after Olympic bid leader Sir Keith Mills dropped in at children’s charity Trelya with a cheque for £15,000 from his Sported Foundation.