Hosting the Olympic Torch relay cost the Isle of Wight more than £11,000.
A Freedom of Information (FOI) request lodged with Isle of Wight Council by resident Juliet Ferguson has shown the total cost of staging the July event was £11,680.
Broken down, it cost Island taxpayers about eight pence each, or 25p for those who watched the relay.
The costs include:
Park and Ride - £420
Additional hi-vis jackets for stewards - £330
Torch relay community packs including bunting from the organisers Locog - £1,754
Security - £1,173
Traffic management - £7,505.75
Additional street and toilet cleaning - £498.40
The figures do not include any extra costs involved in the policing of the event, which have yet to be revealed.
The Isle of Wight Council said that expenditure was only incurred on items that were deemed necessary to deliver a safe, well-managed event that met Locog's requirements and standards.
Meanwhile, the FOI data also shows the parking income for was lower for areas covered by the relay than usual. On the day of the event, income for Yarmouth, Newport and East Cowes amounted to £4885.45, compared to £5,017.55 for the previous Saturday. The income for Saturday 21 July, however, dropped to £4,389.20
50,000 people watched the relay across the Island, with the Isle of Wight Council saying it is difficult to quantify the value of the coverage given to the event by local, regional and national media.