Outgoing Dragon lifts Queen's baton ahead of games

Duncan Bannatyne carrying the Glasgow 2014 Queen's Baton at Ravenscraig Stadium, Greenock. Picture: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014/PA Wire

Duncan Bannatyne carrying the Glasgow 2014 Queen's Baton at Ravenscraig Stadium, Greenock. Picture: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014/PA Wire

Duncan Bannatyne carrying the Glasgow 2014 Queen's Baton at Ravenscraig Stadium, Greenock. Picture: Chris Radburn for Glasgow 2014/PA Wire

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DRAGONS' Den star Duncan Bannatyne joined the Queen's Baton relay as it made its way towards Glasgow for the Commonwealth Games.

The Darlington-based entrepreneur last week announced his intention to stand down from the BBC2 show.

Mr Bannatyne, 65, who was born in Clydebank, carried the baton at Ravenscraig Stadium, in Greenock, near Glasgow, on Monday (July 14).

The Queen's Baton relay continues until July 23, ahead of the start of the games that day.

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