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In pictures: baton relay day 32 - North Ayrshire

Today the Queen's Commonwealth Games baton is travelling through North Ayrshire.

The baton travels from Skelmorlie to Ardrossan with visits to Largs, Kilbirnie, Dalry, Kilwinning, Irvine, Stevenston and Saltcoats.

Cindy Cummings carries the baton in Skelmorlie. Picture by Chris Radburn.

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Heather MacKintosh is well supported as she takes the baton through Largs. Picture by Chris Radburn.

A member of the public cheers on the baton as is passes through Largs. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Graeme Randall poses with Queen's baton in Largs. Picture by David Cheskin.

Zoe MacLean passes the baton to Karen Dunbar in Largs. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Karen Dunbar, best known for her role in comedy Chewin' the Fat alongside Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill carries the baton through Largs. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Dunbar is joined by member of the Swords of Dalriada, a Scottish historical re-enactment group, in front of Viking statue Magnus. Picture by Chris Radburn.

James Lamont waves to the crowds in Largs as he carries the baton through the North Ayrshire town. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Tristan Levie carries the baton on its arrival to Millport. Picture by David Cheskin.

Tristan Levie passes the baton onto Norman Burtt on the rocks at Millport. Picture by David Cheskin.

Norman Burtt with the baton in Millport, home to the tree that provided the wood for the Glasgow 2014 baton . Picture by David Cheskin.

Andrea McLachlan holds the baton outside the Museum of the Cumbraes in Millport . Picture by David Cheskin.

Andrea McLachlan hands the baton to James Thomson at the Cumbrae War Memorial in Millport. Picture by David Cheskin.

Batonbearer Hayley Haining gives locals at the Kilbirnie War Memorial the chance to get up close to the baton. Picture by David Cheskin.

Children hold the baton as it passes through Kilbirnie in North Ayrshire. Picture by David Cheskin.

Batonbearer Myra Sim is joined by pupils outside Dalry Primary School. Picture by David Cheskin.

Supporters of batonbearer Nairn McDonald hold banners as he carries the baton through Kilwinning. Picture by David Cheskin.

John Allison takes the baton through Kilwinning. Picture by David Cheskin.

Halle Stewart carries the baton outside Kilwinning Abbey. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Colin Kirwood shows off the baton at Kilwinning Abbey. Picture by Chris Radburn.

James McCubbin is joined by local children at Kilwinning Sports Centre. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Batonbearer James McCubbin, with Louise Martin, vice-chair of the Commonwealth Games Scotland Organising Committee and Joan Sturgeon, Provost of North Ayrshire Council at Kilwinning Sports Centre. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Eileen Morgan is well supported as she carries the baton through Irvine. Picture by David Cheskin.

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