Following a stop off at the most iconic of all the great houses in Derbyshire, Chatsworth House, the torch will make its way to Bakewell.
It will arrive in the historic market town via Baslow Road at about 4.23pm, greeted by the sound of fanfare.
The all important flame will be taken into Bridge Street.
It will then be taken across the bridge into Rutland Square in the centre of the town, which will be lined with excited sports fans cheering its journey, before heading off towards Buxton.
To commemorate the momentous occasion there will be celebrations in Bakewell throughout the day.
From around 9am, Derbyshire Dales District Council will be holding its popular Farmers’ Market at the Agricultural Business Centre, which will be the first in a special two day market.
A stall market is also planned in the town centre itself, centred around The Crescent.
From 1.30pm, there will be a host of events in and around the Bakewell Recreation Ground, including a climbing wall, orienteering, flag making and a ‘Live on the Lorry’ music session, as well as golf and cricket taster sessions.
Also from 1.30pm a brass band will play in the Bath Gardens, where there will be a well dressing.
Dancing will take place a Newholme Hospital.
There will be a selection of market stalls dotted around the town adding to the atmosphere.
At 2pm there will be a ‘Bake a Bakewell’ guided walk, which is a town tour and walk around Bakewell including tea or coffee and bake your own Bakewell pudding at the famous ‘Old Original Pudding Shop’.
The walk will also feature a competition to see who can bake the best Bakewell pudding.
In Scots Garden there will be a gallery of arts on display.