The Red Arrows are set to fly through the Wiltshire skies at the weekend for residents hoping to catch a glimpse.

Many locals were thrilled to spot the aircraft earlier this month on their way to the Portsmouth Armed Forces Day display, but now the Red Arrows acrobatics team are set to make another trip over Wiltshire.

The iconic red planes will be visible in the skies on Saturday, June 29 as they travel to Bournemouth Airport from their base at RAF Waddington.

On Saturday, the Red Arrows will take off from RAF Waddington, near Lincoln, at 7pm before heading south through Grantham, Market Hanborough and gliding around the outskirts of Northampton.

The planes are set to enter Banbury in Oxfordshire at approximately 7.17pm and will then head west to Cheltenham for 7.21pm.

Although they will not pass directly overhead in Swindon, the display team will glide around the outskirts through Minety and Great Somerford at 7.23pm.

That means that if all goes to plan, Chippenham residents can expect to see the red planes at around 7.24-25pm, and Bradford on Avon residents will see them at 7.26pm.

The talented pilots will then whizz over Somerset, passing through Frome and Stourhead, before landing at Bournemouth Airport at 7.35pm.

As always, this route and timings may be subject to change depending on weather or other requirements.