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On Wednesday 12th of September 2012, the athletes of the West Country received a heroes welcome in Bath as thousands lined the streets with flags and placards.
A wet start in Bath soon eased as crowds began to line the streets at the Bath Victory Parade on Wednesday 12th September.
Inspire a Generation flags flutter in the breeze as the build up to the Bath Victory Parade begins.
Pigeons get a high vantage spot ahead of the open top bus tour through Bath where many local businesses hang bunting and flags to welcome home the athletes.
London 2012 flags were laid out by Bath Abbey where crowds formed to welcome home the athletes at the Bath Victory Parade on Wednesday 12th September.
Crowds line the streets armed with flags, placards and bunting for the Bath Victory Parade.
The open top bus arrives in the City Centre via Great Pulteney Street.
Union Jack Bunting was out in force throughout Bath city centre, this couple cheer and wave theirs as the open top bus passes them by at the Bath Victory Parade.
The West Country athletes get a heroes welcome in Bath as crowds line the streets.
The open top bus travels over Pulteney Bridge and makes its way towards Bath Abbey.
This lady waves her Heart flag whilst trying to capture a snap of the open top bus.
The athletes looked as though they were having a fantastic time aboard the open top bus.
Thousands of people lined the streets in Bath. As the open top bus reached the top of Milsom Street this crowd cheered with joy for the athletes.
The open top bus passes Pulteney Bridge, what a stunning view from across the water.
The beautiful Bath Abbey provides a stunning backdrop as the open top bus tour travels towards Milsom Street.
Team GB Bath Parade
The athletes wave as the crowd cheers with pride.
The streets were packed as the open top bus made its way through Bath. (Ben Birchall/PA Wire)
Crowds cheer along Milsom Street as Olympians and Paralympians travel through Bath. (Ben Birchall/PA Wire)
This young fan gets a good vantage point on dads shoulders.
Athletes were filled with joy as thousands gave them a heroic welcome back to the West Country.
These spectators were clearly inspired by Team GB as they wave their Union Jacks and Heart flags.
Crowds line the streets providing the athletes with a moment they will never forget.
Balloons, flags, bunting and placards proudly displayed the union jack throughout Bath city centre.
The Paralympic silver medalist from Corsham meets fans in Bath. (Ben Birchall/PA Wire)
The athletes pose for a team photo following the parade through Bath. (Ben Birchall/PA Wire)