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Baton Relay ends in Denbighshire today!

Published date: 30 May 2014 |
Published by: Kirstie Dolphin
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THE Queen’s Baton Relay’s seven day tour of Wales to come to an end in Denbighshire today.

The Glasgow 2014 Queen’s Baton Relay will head to Denbighshire today for the last day of its seven day journey through Wales.

It arrives on horseback in Moel Famau at 12pm. Walking groups will relay the baton to the peak of Moel Famau, come and join in and see the views across the Clwydian Range whilst listening to a live band performance at the summit too.

Fell runners will take the baton back down. The baton will be there between 1pm and 3pm.

The baton arrives on horseback, walking groups will relay the baton to the peak of Moel Famau, come and join in and see the views across the Clwydian Range whilst listening to a live band performance at the summit too! Fell runners will take the baton back down.

Ruthin Family Fun Day is on in Cae Ddol from 12pm until 5pm.

Come down to Cae Ddol and join in and watch the battle of the bands, local sport fixtures, bouncy castles, face painting and sporting taster sessions from local clubs such as rugby league, netball, athletics, football, fun fitness boot camps, tennis, golf and bowls. The baton will be there between 3.30pm and 4.30pm.

An afternoon on activities for the whole family. Come down to Cae Ddol and join in and watch the battle of the bands, local sport fixtures, bouncy castles, face painting and sporting taster sessions from local clubs such as rugby league, netball, athletics, football, fun fitness boot camps, tennis, golf and bowls.

The baton will be there between 3.30pm and 4.30pm.

It’s then onto Coed Llandegla Forest, Oneplanet Adventure site.

There is a fun open day event all day for mountain bike enthusiasts, all mountain bike tracks open as normal. Go-Race events organised by Welsh Cycling throughout the day, test your power against Team GB cyclists scores on the watt bikes leader board.

Live music and entertainment from 6pm for the official baton handover event. The baton is there between 5pm and 6pm.

Fun open day for mountain bike enthusiasts, all mountain bike tracks open as normal. Go-Race events organised by Welsh Cycling throughout the day, test your power against Team GB cyclists scores on the watt bikes leader board. Live music and entertainment from 6pm for the official baton handover event.

For more news from across the region visit newsnorthwales.co.uk

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