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West Dunbartonshire

Day 35.  Friday 18 July.

The Queen’s Baton Relay comes to West Dunbartonshire on 18 July and we’re hoping you’ll be there to show your support! We’ll soon be able to share more details about the day, so please bookmark the page and come back later for more information.

*Route details and timings are subject to change.

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08:10 Hardgate 
09:05Clydebank (1)
12:15Old Kilpatrick
15:20Balloch (1)
17:55Clydebank (2)

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Featured batonbearers

Callum has been a member of the Boys Brigade since he was five years old. Now 15, he continues to go along every week to provide support and advice to the young members in Faifley and is currently working towards his Queens Badge.  He is also a very keen tennis player and has recently completed his LTA young coach qualification.  He volunteers every Saturday as a coach for the free tennis in Whitecrook and is very popular with the children that attend.

Bob recently retired from a 12 year career focusing on community sports development in West Dunbartonshire. He has been involved in local football coaching, sports development coaching in schools, nurseries and in the community as well as the Triathlon and the local Highland games committee. He is dedicated to sport locally and is enthusiastic in all he does whilst encouraging everyone to participate in sport and leisure.

Lynsey is a dedicated and enthusiastic coach for west Dunbartonshire trust undertaking coaching and volunteering work across the community. She delivers a variety of sports daily including football, gymnastics and disability sports coaching to a minimum of 400 kids per week. Parents, teachers and the local community appreciate the work she does and she also undertakes a vast amount of volunteer work in the creation and now development of West Dunbartonshire Gymnastics Club.

David has helped expose thousands of schoolchildren in West Dumbartonshire to the world of athletics. Through his dedication, commitment and vision over the last 25 years as race director of the Polaroid 10k road race series, he’s raised funds of over £200k for local athletic clubs enabling them to grow athletics at grass roots level resulting in race participation increasing from 100 to 1,000 per race.

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