18th July - Olympic torch comes close to Broadhembury Camping Park!
It will be carried along at the end of our lane as it beams through Kent...
Kent is to have its moment of Olympic glory as the iconic torch passes through its towns before the games. In fact, the flame will spend longer in the county than any other in the UK.
It will pass through 37 towns and villages in Kent, arriving on July 17 and leaving around four days later.
People will be able to line the route to cheer as it makes its way to London in time for the opening ceremony just over a week later.
There will also be two evening celebration stops in Dover (July 18) and Maidstone (July 19) as well as lunchtime stops at two Kent locations, eight photo stops and two breakfast stops.
Wednesday July 18: Hamstreet -> Ashford -> Hythe -> Sandgate -> Folkestone -> Dover
Further details on these locations will be announced later.
See the offical website of the 2012 olympics for further details.