The Paralympic Flame is in North Yorkshire.
And Minster FM has been following it throughout the day.
It arrived this lunchtime in York on a train, carried by 7 year old Evan Whittam, (pictured) who has Cerebral Palsy, and was inspired to walk for the first time by the Paralympics.
Evan's Dad Andrew was there to see his son carry the flame.
"I'm very proud, he's done a great job and it's a pleasure to come back to Yorkshire with the flame."
It then toured the York on an open top bus, carried by Sianagh Gallagher, before making its way over to Acomb to Energise, where it's come to rest, celebrating Ability Day.
Sianagh Gallagher, who's in a wheelchair, carried the flame on the bus through the city.
Alex spoke to her as well.
"I'm amazed by how many people are here, supporting the Paralympics, it's just amazing".
The flame will stay in Acomb overnight, and will come back to York tomorrow, heading to the Racecourse, and then cruising down the River Ouse on a flotilla on Sunday.