THE exact route of the Olympic torch when it passes through this area has been revealed.
Residents in Mumby, Hogsthorpe, Ingoldmells, Winthorpe, Skegness and Wainfleet already knew the torch would be passing through their towns and villages when the torch comes to the area on June 27.
But now the exact details of the routes through those settlements has been announced.
It will arrive in Mumby at 10.33am on Wednesday, June 27.
Hogsthorpe will welcome the torch at 10.46am and it will roll into Ingoldmells at 11.01am.
Winthorpe residents will get the chance to see the torch at 11.33am and it will arrive in Skegness at 11.59am.
Wainfleet will welcome the torch at 1.37pm, before it heads on to Wrangle and Boston before ultimately finishing the day in Lincoln.
The full route of the torch through the local area is as follows:
10.33am - MUMBY - Station Road from Mill Lane, Station Road, Station Road to Langholm Road Junction.
Convoy - Mumby to Hogsthorpe.
10.46am - HOGSTHORPE - High Street from Bracken Lane junction, South End, South End to national speed limit signs.
Convoy - Hogsthorpe to Ingoldmells.
11.01am - INGOLDMELLS - Chapel Road from Achor Lane junction, Chapel Road, High Street, Skegness Road, Roman Bank.
11.33am - WINTHORPE - Roman Bank.
11.59am - SKEGNESS - Roman Bank, Roman Bank left turn, Castleton Boulevard, Castleton Boulevard right turn, North Parade, North Parade left turn, Tower Esplanade, Skegness beach, (Crew Break), Tower Esplanade, Lumley Road, Wainfleet Road to Heath Road junction.
Convoy to Wainfleet All Saints.
1.37pm - WAINFLEET ALL SAINTS - Skegness Road from Rumbold Lane, Skegness Road, Skegness Road left turn, High Street, Boston Road to national speed limit sign.
Convoy to Wrangle.
- The torch route on the day will begin in Grimsby at 6.09am and finish in Lincoln after 5pm. For full details of the route before and after it arrives in this area, visit www.london2012.com.