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In pictures: baton relay day 34 - Renfrewshire

On the 34th day of its journey across Scotland the Queen's Commonwealth baton is in Renfrewshire.

Relay begins in Howwood before travelling through towns and villages such as Lochwinnoch, Kilbarchan, Johnstone, Elderslie, Linewood, ending the day in Paisley.

Ronald Brown is one of the first to carry the baton on day 34 of it's journey across Scotland. Picture by Chris Radburn.

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Rhys Burton carries the baton in Howwood, Renfrewshire. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Crowds gather to welcome the baton in Lochwinnoch. Picture by David Cheskin.

Declan McCann carries the baton through Johnstone. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Actress and singer Claire Grogan carries the baton in Johnstone. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Grogan, best known for her role in Gregory's Girl, shows off the baton in Johnstone. Picture by David Cheskin.

Scott Wilson carries the baton through Johnstone. Picture by Chris Radburn.

A child in Johnstone gets into the Commonwealth spirit. Picture by David Cheskin.

Kyle Smith carries the baton through Linwood. Picture by David Cheskin.

Laura Forbes with the baton in Brookfield. Picture by David Cheskin.

Children welcome the baton in Renfrewshire. Picture by David Cheskin.

Samatha Judge carries the baton through Bridge of Weir. Picture by Chris Radbur.

Saltire flags on display welcome the baton in Renfrewshire. Picture by David Cheskin.

Ellis Graham carries the baton through Houston. Picture by Chris Radburn.

Timothy Burges carries the baton in Bridge of Weir. Picture by David Cheskin.

Broadcaster Sheeren Nanjiani carries the baton through Erskine. Picture by David Cheskin.

Nanjiani with the baton at Erskine Hospital. Picture by David Cheskin.

A baby holds the baton as it passes through Erskine. Picture by David Cheskin.

Dylan Connelly carries the baton through Erskine. Picture by David Cheskin.

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