THE famous Red Arrows will be flying over Herefordshire this afternoon (Saturday). 

You will be able to catch the RAF planes in the east of the county at around 1.35pm. They are starting their journey in Exeter at 1.12pm before heading east into Dorset.

From there, the Red Arrows will fly north into Somerset and Wiltshire.

People living in the Cotswolds will be able to view them just before 1.30pm then the planes carry on its journey through Gloucestershire.


At 1.32pm, the Red Arrows will be north east of Cheltenham, where from there, they will travel north west through Tewkesbury and into the Herefordshire border at British Camp.

The planes will then fly over the Malvern Hills, through Bosbury and Castle Frome and over the A4103 Hereford to Worcester road, near Listers Worcester Volvo Cars. It will then divert north where it will fly over the A465 Hereford to Bromyard road at Crick's Green before heading towards Winslow and into the Tenbury Wells area.

From there, the Red Arrows will enter Shropshire and on to the north Wales border. It will finish its journey at Hawarden at 1.48pm. 

Later in the afternoon, at 4.19pm, the plane will again enter the skies where it will perform a display at Rhyl at 4.30pm.