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    Day 61
    Wednesday, 18th July
    Route from Hastings to Dover
    Hastings, Rye, Hamstreet, Ashford, Hythe, Sandgate, Folkestone, Dover
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    Simply click on the Samsung Big Cheer image to find yourself, and then tag and share your moment.
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    You can also share your photos on the Samsung London 2012 Facebook page. Simply select your location and upload your favourite moments.
    Peggy Hughes
    TORCHBEARER
    In March 2009, Peggy was struck down by Transverse Myelitis (TM). Within an hour she went from perfectly healthy to being totally paralysed from the waist down. TM is very rare and there is no reason why it strikes. It is a similar condition to Multiple Sclerosis but, as in Peggy's case, there is often no reason why it should afflict a particular person. Peggy was in hospital for eight weeks. Peggy has learned to walk again and she is an inspiration to others, smiling and being positive about her recovery despite constant and severe pain. Peggy has helped establish a TM Support Group in the south east and raised many funds for the TM charity.
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Check out the latest photos and videos, and discover the best moments from the Olympic Torch Relay and at the Samsung evening celebrations.
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Dover Celebrations
Location
Marine Parade
Flame Arrives
7.00pm onwards
Schedule
To help people take part in the excitement, Samsung will be presenting world class dance act Twist and Pulse from 'Britain's Got Talent'

Samsung will also be capturing and sharing a big cheer of support for London 2012 from the live audiences, which will be open to online tagging and sharing.
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Peggy Hughes
TORCHBEARER
In March 2009, Peggy was struck down by Transverse Myelitis (TM). Within an hour she went from perfectly healthy to being totally paralysed from the waist down. TM is very rare and there is no reason why it strikes. It is a similar condition to Multiple Sclerosis but, as in Peggy's case, there is often no reason why it should afflict a particular person. Peggy was in hospital for eight weeks. Peggy has learned to walk again and she is an inspiration to others, smiling and being positive about her recovery despite constant and severe pain. Peggy has helped establish a TM Support Group in the south east and raised many funds for the TM charity.
Check out the videos, photos and blogs from Team Samsung and relive their London 2012 experience.