The iconic Red Arrows will fly over Wiltshire as they take to the skies today (Friday, August 27).

Pilots from the RAF display team will fly from Norwich, after performing on Clacton Seafront as part of an event.

According to Military Airshows, the world-famous Red Arrows will depart Norwich at 3.35pm and fly over Eastern England, Bedfordshire and towards Wiltshire in under 30 minutes.

At 4pm, the jets will reach Malmesbury in Wiltshire and head south towards Dorset. 

Fans should head outside just before 4pm and over the course of the next 10 minutes should be able to spot them in the skies above Cirencester, Malmesbury, Brinkworth, Minety, west of Chippenham, Corsham and west of Bradford on Avon.

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald:

The Red Arrows will head towards Exeter to land and prepare for their display over Sidmouth on Friday night as the headline act for Sidmouth Air Show.

On a clear day, you may be able to see the jets as they fly over the county.

The RAF team's schedule is as follows:

1. Norwich 3.35pm

2. East of Hockering 3.37pm

3. West of Hillborough 3.39pm

4. Northwest of Littleport 3.42pm 

5. North of Willingham 3.44pm

6. Northeast of Bedford 3.47pm

7. Southeast of Blisworth 3.50pm

8. North of Salperton 3.57pm

9. Northeast of Malmesbury 4pm

10. East of Faulkland 4.04pm

11. Vicinity of Sturminster Newton 4.07pm

12. Exeter 4.15pm