Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014: Queens Baton Relay

QBR-ballot-bannerQueens Baton Relay

Seventy Nations and Territories. 190,000 KM. 288 Days.

From 14 June to 23 July the Queen’s Baton Relay will travel the length and breadth of Scotland, inviting everyone to be a part of the excitement, celebrations and countdown to the Games. There are countless sports and cultural events taking place daily along the route, including an evening celebration, so that even bigger crowds can enjoy and take part in the festivities.

With up to 4,000 batonbearers joining the relay in more than 400 communities, this is Scotland’s biggest ever relay. The Queen’s Baton is visiting all 32 Local Authorities, with up to 100 batonbearers carrying Her Majesty’s message daily.

Queen’s Baton Relay comes to Glasgow 20 – 23 July.

On 21st July it will be carried through Glasgow’s West End:

06:45 a.m.    Anderston (1)
08.20 a.m.    Govan
09.00 a.m.    Anderston (2)
09:30 a.m.    Kelvingrove
10.40 a.m.     Partick (1)
11.00 a.m.     Hyndland
11.10 a.m.      Jordanhill (1)
12.15 p.m.      Victoria Park
12.25 p.m.     Partick (2)
13.50 p.m.     Hillhead
14.15 p.m.     Woodlands
14.30 p.m.    Saracen
15.00 p.m.    Firhill
15:10 p.m.    Maryhill
15.30 p.m.    Temple
15.40 p.m.    Knightswood (1)
16.40 p.m.    Drumchapel
17:40 p.m.    Yoker
18:00 p.m.   Knightswood (2)
18.15 p.m.     Scotstoun
18:40 p.m.   Jordanhill (2)
TBC    Victoria Park – end of day celebration

Queens Baton Relay – Glasgow

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