Pictures of the Olympic Torch in North Wales
The Olympic Torch in Anglesey and Gwynedd
It's an historic year, an historic event - and it's great to be involved!
The Olympic Torch is crossing Anglesey and Gwynedd on Monday 28th May during its 70-day journey across Britain, carried by over 8,000 Torch bearers through over 1,000 communities - cities, towns, villages, up and down the UK.
It's estimated that 95% of the country's population live within one hour of the route taken by the Torch.
See below for what's happening across Anglesey and Gwynedd.
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Congratulations to the Torch Bearers across Anglesey and Gwynedd
Monday May 28th 2012 Relay arrives in Dolgellau at 10.44
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