The Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay will visit Plymouth during its final journey through England this summer, in the run-up to the Commonwealth Games.
Come along to see the Queen’s Baton as it passes through Britain’s Ocean City and is carried by a number of inspirational locals!
On Monday 4 July, Plymouth will officially welcome the Baton as it crosses the Plymouth Sound National Marine Park from Mount Batten by boat.
It will leave at 9am and travel on Plymouth Boat Trips’ e-Voyager, the UK’s first seagoing electric ferry, which offers a greener mode of transport across the water and the first zero carbon leg of the route.
The Baton will travel past Pier Masters House, the historic emigration depot, before arriving on shore at the Barbican Landing Stage and being carried to the Mayflower Steps. It will then travel past the Commonwealth Memorial on Plymouth Hoe and down Armada Way before finishing at The Box.