THE World famous Red Arrows are set to fly across Worcestershire tonight and tomorrow as part of their first air show for 2021.

The RAF Red Arrows are set to take part in the Midlands Air Festival at Ragley Hall in Alcester over the weekend.

According to military air-shows, tonight's route means resident will see the Red Arrows fly over near Severn Stoke at 6.11pm, moving across west near the Three Counties Showground, before reaching Stanley Hill at 6.13pm.

From there the jets head north over Bromyard arriving at Tenbury Wells at 6.15pm.

They then turn east moving over Stourport and onto North Worcestershire, including Bromsgrove and Redditch at 6.18pm.

From there the Red Arrows head south moving over Bidford-on-Avon at 6.20pm reaching the east of Evesham at 6.42pm.

The Red Arrows then continue south over Broadway and the Cotswolds.

If you miss them today don't despair as the Red Arrows make a welcome return tomorrow with jets returning in the afternoon.

The jets fly over Tewkesbury before reaching Great Malvern at 12.51pm, and heading west reaching Stanley Hill at 12.53pm.

The Red Arrows then turn north heading over Stanford Bishop to reach Tenbury Wells at 12.55pm.

They turn east over Stourport and are expected to reach Redditch by 12.58pm.

The Red Arrows head south reaching Ragley Hall at 1pm, continuing south over Salford Priors reaching Blackminster at 1.22pm.

And the jets then continue south over Broadway and onto the Cotswolds.

The festivals air displays will also include RAF Typhoon, RAF Falcons and BBMF Spitfire Pair.