The Queen's Baton Relay may only be three days from its conclusion in England but it certainly made the most of a jam-packed day 12 in Hull and North Lincolnshire.

The Baton was up bright and early for a visit to The Deep Sea Life Centre and a trip over the famous Humber Bridge as once again the sunshine came out to adorn its English journey.

From mid-morning the Baton began a series of eight school visits, looking to spread the message to sport participation, and was well greeted by hundreds of excited children.

The main event came in late afternoon at Queen Victoria Square, Hull, where a mass have-a-go fesitival was staged offering members of the public the chance to try squash, table tennis, gymnastics and much more.

There was even a mascot race between Hull's big three sports clubs, with Hull City FC coming out on top over rugby league rivals Hull and Hull Kingston Rovers.

The 2017 UK City of Culture represents day 12 of the QBR as the Baton heads north this week before being handed over to Scotland on Saturday morning as part of the build-up to the Commonwealth Games