THE Red Arrows will fly over Wiltshire for the last time this year on Friday (September 17).

Pilots from the world-famous RAF display team will fly from Bournemouth in the morning, having performed at the Isle of Wight and Cardiff as part of a Battle of Britain exhibition today.

According to Military Airshows, the jets will leave Bournemouth at 10am for their base at RAF Scampton.

At 10.06am, the Red Arrows will reach the village of Woolvington in Somerset. 

Fans in Wiltshire should head outside and over the course of the next few minutes should be able to spot them in the skies above Trowbridge, Hilperton, south of Melksham, south of Calne and north of Devizes before passing Swindon close to Chiseldon, near junction 15 of the M4.

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The Red Arrows will reach Radley in Oxfordshire at 10.14am.

They are scheduled to perform a flypast for the G7 speakers conference in Chorley on Saturday - their last public appearance in the UK in 2021.

The full schedule is as follows:

1. Bournemouth 10am

2. North of Verwood 10.02am

3. North of Woolverton 10.06am

4. Vicinity of Radley 10.14am

5. Vicinity of Rushden 10.21am

6. North of Loddington 10.25am

7. Vicinity of Collingham 10.30am

8. Scampton 10.32am