Will you be joining the party as Bath welcomes home Olympic and Paralympic heroes?
Bath gets one final chance to cheer the city's sporting heroes as an open-top bus tour winds through the streets on Wednesday.
Bath's Olympians and Paralympians will take centre stage as well-wishers turn out to welcome home the athletes who have provided memorable moments in a summer packed with pride and joy.
The city is putting the final touches to preparations to welcome the sportsmen and women and give thousands of people in Bath the chance for one last hurrah.
Olympic swimming silver medallist Michael Jamieson and Stephanie Millward, who won four silvers and a bronze at the Paralympics, will be on the bus.
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They will be joined by Samantha Murray who won Britain's last medal of the Games with a silver in the modern penthathlon.
Also on board will be Paralympic medallists Liz Johnson and Ben Rushgrove as well as hurdler Jack Green and 16-year-old Siobhan-Marie O'Connor, the youngest Team GB swimmer.
Will you be taking time off work to support the athletes?
Have you decided on the best place to stand to get a good view of the bus tour?
Tell us about your plans to join the party and don't forget to send your pictures of what is sure to be a memorable day for athletes and supporters alike to firstname.lastname@example.org or you can post them directly onto www.thisisbath.co.uk
The bus tour leaves the University of Bath at 11am and is due to drop off the athletes for a reception at the Assembly Rooms at noon.
The route will take in Bathwick Hill, Great Pulteney Street, Grand Parade, Orange Grove, High Street, Milsom Street, George Street, Lansdown Road and Bennett Street.
For more details go to http://www.bathnes.gov.uk/services/sport-leisure-and-parks/sport-activities-and-events/olympics-2012-legacy