Abergele’s 2012 Olympic torchbearers revealed

Here’s a list of the people who’ll be carrying the Olympic flame through Abergele on 29 May 2012

Eduard Kim (46) from Almaty

George Jacob (37) from Dubai

Gleb Nuriev (15) from Kondrovo

Graeme Johnson (69) from Dyserth

Joanne Wallace (34) from Warrington

Nathan Edwards-Hughes (19) from Abergele

Phil Jones(40) from Bodelwyddan

Stephen Bellis(56) from Mold

Steven Crossland(31) from Formby


Good luck to all the Torchbearers, there’s sure to be a fantastic turn-out as the Torch enters town from the old road from Llanddulas, passes along Market St, turns left at the Gwindy lights down Water St, Dundonald Avenue and into Pensarn.

7 thoughts on “Abergele’s 2012 Olympic torchbearers revealed

    1. Gareth Morlais:

      It didn’t give a time on the pages I saw Ken but Abergele is the middle-most destination on the torch’s route from Beaumaris to Saltney, so I think it’ll be hitting town around lunchtime. Just listen out for the cheers Ken. Here’s the town list:

      Tuesday 29 May
      Menai Bridge
      Penrhyn Bay
      Rhos on Sea
      Colwyn Bay
      Old Colwyn
      Kinmel Bay
      Connah’s Quay

  1. David hughes:

    According to the Official Olympic 2012 site, the torch will arrive in Abergele at a scheduled time of 13.43 from Llandulas on the 29th May. The rest of the route is as Gareth has said.

  2. George Jacob:

    hi, This is George Jacob. I am previlaged to be a part of this historic moment of the flame passing through Abergele. Looking forward to seeing you all in Abergele on the 29th. Cheers.

  3. Gwyn Williams:

    Hi George, enjoy your day in our home town and I hope the sun shines for you (although it’s unlikely to be as warm as Dubai!). Wish I was there to cheer you on…. I’ll be working in India instead, but thinking of you all. Have a great day!

  4. darren new:

    i would like to say a big thankyou to everyone in abergele town centre near tesco today for the warm reception you all gave my little brother steven crossland who carryed the olympic torch through your town today i have spoken to him and he said he was very proud and honoured to do it as we as young brothers have been coming to northwales since we where children and now bring our own children here and will always class this area as our second once again thankyou all so much

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