Lee Umpleby, 34, from Reading, will start with the Flame at Caversham Court Gardens. Lee was nominated by Reading City Council for his outstanding work as a community police officer.
In Basingstoke a Torchbearer will run along London Street, the same stretch of route as a Torchbearer in the 1948 Olympic Torch Relay.
George Weedon, 92, will continue the London 1948 theme by carrying the Flame in Reading. George was a gymnast in the 1948 Olympic Games in London and participated in the men's Individual All-Around, Team All-Around, Floor Exercise, Horse Vault, Parallel Bars, Horizontal Bar, Rings, and Pommell Horse, placing 12th out of 16 nations in the team competition.
Clare Balding will carry the Flame in Newbury. Clare has been involved in sport all her life, both as a competitor in various equestrian disciplines and as a presenter for radio and television. She hails from the Hampshire/Berkshire border area and is also a patron of Riding for the Disabled and the British Paralympic Association.
The last Torchbearer of the day, Dolly Burnett, 49, from Salisbury, who was put forward by Salisbury City Council for her years of voluntary work with young people, will carry the Flame into the Evening Celebration at Hudson Field, Salisbury.
The Flame will be carried through the following communities: Reading, Theale, Thatcham, Newbury, Basingstoke, Kings Worthy, Winchester, Andover, Ludgershall, Tidworth, Amesbury, The Winterbournes and Salisbury.