The RAF have revealed where you can see the Red Arrows in North Shropshire this weekend.

The flight plan for where the world famous aerobatics team will be appearing over the weekend has been published, as the group's summer schedule of displays kick off.

The Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team, the Red Arrows, are "one of the world's premier aerobatic display teams" and have been displaying since 1965.

The team "often with their trademark Diamond Nine shape, and combination of close formations and precision flying". 


The team will be flying over the area as part of their manoeuvres for the RAF Cosford Air Show and will see them appear over different points in North Shropshire.

What time you can see the Red Arrows over Oswestry this Sunday

The Red Arrows team have said they will be starting at RAF Shawbury at 3.19pm on Sunday, June 9. 

They will then fly towards Baschurch at 3.21pm and have given the co-ordinates of 52 47 32N 002 51 22W.

The Red Arrows will then fly to the area west of Oswestry near the village of Rhydycroesau at 3.23pm, they have given the co-ordinates 52 51 56N 003 06 58W.

From there they will fly past Chirk and  will appear at 3.24pm in the vicinity of Ruabon.

They have given the co-ordinates 52 58 57N 003 02 53W.