Throughout the morning, we'll be following it live as it makes its way out of Lincoln.Send us your pictures by emailing email@example.com, upload them straight to our picture galleries or tweet us @thisislincs.
8.58am: That's it in Lincolnshire for now as the Torch is back in the convoy and heading for Darlton in Nottinghamshire. You can keep up with the live blog on This is Nottingham...
8.48am: Glen Keeble,42, from Sleaford in now carrying the Torch. He was knocked off his motorbike when he was 17 and lost his right arm, broke both legs, a rib and his neck in two places. When physically able, he did a sponsored run from Sleaford to Ruskington to raise money for Telby Hospital Ward in Lincoln and has since participated in many other charity events.
8.40am: The flame arrives in Saxilby and is being carried by Youth Parliament member Joseph Hayat, 19.
8.29am: The torch has now left Lincoln and is on its way to Saxilby.
8.25am: Jake Mason, 21, from Boston, now has the Torch. He qualified for The English Schools competition four times and the UK Games twice. In 2005, aged 14, Jake smashed the Under 15s Eastern Counties combined events record with five personal bests.
8.20am: The Torch enters its final stretch in Lincoln as it is carried along Carholme Road.
8.16am: 77-year-old Shirley Kay now takes hold of the flame. She has made a significant contribution to our local community by volunteering for the past twenty five years as a riding instructor for the Grimsby and Cleethorpes Riding for the Disabled Charity.
8.11am: Youth worker Dan Hargreaves, 35, from now picks up the Torch and continues down Yarborough Road. His passion for seeing young people grow and develop and to nurture youth in Lincoln is inspiring. Earlier this month he completed seven triathlons in one week to raise money for youth projects in the city. He is also a keen sportsman, having playing for Lincoln United for many seasons.
8.08am: Having made its way along Burton Road, the torch is now being carried down Yarborough Road in the hands of Team GB Olympic gymnast Sam Oldham.
8.00am: The flame passes to Deidre Miles, 59, from Retford. She is currently deputy chief commissioner for the Midlands area of Girl Guiding.
7.55am: Dot Fraser with the Torch in the Castle grounds
Picture: Suzy Maggie Aldridge @gingersuzal
7:52: Sprinter Dot Fraser, 75, from Wellington Athletic Club, begins the Torch relay today as she runs from Minster Yard to Lincoln Cathedral.
7.50: The Torch will begin its journey from Lincoln Cathedral shortly.
7.45: The convoy is making its way to the rear of Lincoln Castle.