The famous Red Arrows will once again be flying over parts of Wiltshire this weekend.

The jets are expected to appear in the skies for eagle-eyed spotters on Sunday night.

This weekend the Red Arrows are due to perform at the Weston Air Festival and some Wiltshire residents in the south of the county could be lucky enough to be within their flight route from the display between 4.20pm and 4.30pm.

The Arrows will then soar over Wiltshire after leaving Bournemouth at 7.10pm. 

According to Military Airshows, they will fly over Trowbridge just after 7.18pm, seen over Melksham and Calne just before 7.21pm, and Royal Wootton Bassett just after.

Here is the schedule for the flypast according to Military Airshows on June 26.

Timings and routes may change due to weather or other requirements. (AD means aerodrome, VCY means in the vicinity of)

Bournemouth AD- 7.10pm

N of Verwood- 7.12pm

Sturminster Newton- 7.14pm

NW of Frome- 7.18pm

SE of Lyneham- 7.21pm

SW of Cowley- 7.25pm

VCY of Banbury- 7.30pm

E of Guilsborough- 7.34pm

S of North Searle- 7.42pm

Scampton AD- 7.44pm