On its journey, the Flame will be carried around the track at Brands Hatch, Sevenoaks. The internationally-renowned motor racing circuit is the venue for the London 2012 Paralympic Road Cycling events.
Torchbearer highlights include David Boyle carrying the Flame in a rowing boat at Maidstone Rowing Club. David has been a member of the Salvation Army for many years and he also helps people in his community with personal counselling, assisting the lonely and aged and helping the jobless seek employment. David has also been a hospital radio presenter for several years.
Olympian Roger Black will carry the Flame in Godalming. He was hugely popular during the fourteen years he represented Great Britain in international athletics and remains highly admired by many for overcoming several serious injuries and setbacks during his career.
Austin Playfoot, the last Torchbearer of the day, will light a celebration cauldron on stage at the evening celebration. Austin, 82, was a Torchbearer in 1948 and he helped launch the Torch design under the Olympic Rings in St Pancras International station in June 2011.
The evening celebration takes place at Stoke Park, Guildford and includes performances from Rizzle Kicks, dance duo Twist and Pulse and other dance acts.
The Flame will travel through the following communities on day 63: Maidstone, Gillingham, Chatham, Rochester, Higham, Gravesend, Brands Hatch, Borough Green, Seal, Sevenoaks, Riverhead, Godstone, Bletchingley, Redhill, Reigate, Dorking, Westcott, Shere, Chilworth, Godalming and Guildford.