THE Red Arrows are to once again fly over Herefordshire this weekend.

You will be able to catch the famous RAF planes north of Pencombe, near Bromyard, at 3.24pm tomorrow (Saturday).

They will then head north east of Leominster through the Tenbury Wells area and into Shropshire. The planes will then land at RAF Shawbury at 3.30pm.

It is the consecutive weekend that the Red Arrows will be flying over the county. 


Last week, many people saw the planes east of Hereford in the Withington and Bartestree areas, as well as in Bodenham. 

Various flypasts will be taking place on Saturday afternoon, starting at Air Cadets Athletics in Grantham, Lincolnshire, at 2.43pm.

Shortly afterwards at 2.46pm, a flypast will happen at Bingham Summer Fair in Nottinghamshire, before people in the south can see the Red Arrows at RAF Halton Families Day, Buckinghamshire, and Stoke Row Steam Ralley, Berkshire, from 3pm.

Further flypasts will then take place at Wiltshire Steam & Vintage Rally and Ramsden Village Fete in Oxfordshire at 3.09pm and 3.15pm respectively.

The Red Arrows will then head north through the Cotswolds and into Herefordshire from Storridge before flying over the B4220, B4214 and A465 south of Bromyard.