The Red Arrows will be flying over Wiltshire this morning on their way to a fly past over the National D-Day 80 Commemoration Event at Southsea Common scheduled for 12:30.

The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows, is one of the world's premier aerobatic display teams and serves as a public face of the Royal Air Force. 

They will be leaving RAF Waddington near Lincoln at 9.14am heading down to Bournemouth Airport.

Four planes will enter Oxfordshire airspace, flying west of Adderbury, near Banbury, at 9.29am tomorrow.

They will continue over the Cotswolds and can be seen north-west of Withington at 9.33am.

They will fly over Upper Minety at 9.35am before heading down towards Bath.

A planned fly past by the RAF's Battle of Britain Memorial Flight will no longer take place following death of a pilot in a spitfire crash last month.