After weeks of preparation and excitement the Olympic flame has arrived in Girvan - and crowds turned out in force, lining the route to welcome the symbol of the games to the town.
The torch passed through Girvan on the morning of Friday 8th June, and thousands lined the streets as the flame was carried through the town by the relay runners.
Posting on Twitter, Mollie Browne said: “Never seen so many people up and out in Girvan at 7.30am in the morning.”
David Eaglesham posted: “Just watched a little piece of history go through Girvan, glad I got to see the Olympic torch pass here.”
The flame was carried through the town by Alastair Campbell, Steve Grant, Debs Millington, Beth Parker, Ingeborg Takle, Jenna Speirs, and Peter Kennerley.
Pupils from Girvan Primary turned out to line the route, and sang their Olympic song as they waited for the torch to arrive (clip posted to Youtube by David McGillivray).
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