THE world-famous Red Arrows display team have been seen flying over the area as they made their way to the Midlands Air Festival.

But if you missed them, they will also fly over today (Friday) and Saturday)

The Royal Air Force display team flew over the countryside near Tenbury, meaning people living in the area had the chance to catch a glimpse.

And Hereford Times Camera Club member Les Carr was poised with his camera to grab a photo as they flew over Bromyard north towards Tenbury.

On Friday, the jets will be over Bosbury, near Ledbury, at 3.37pm and near Tenbury Wells at 3.39pm.

On Saturday, the times will be 11.37am and 11.39am respectively.

The display team will be appearing at the Midlands Air Festival, in Warwickshire, from June 2 to 4.

Organisers said: "​The RAF Red Arrows are one of the finest and most respected jet aerobatic teams in the world and a national favourite whenever they display.

"Loved by young and old, the team’s nail-biting and exhilarating performances, showcasing precise formations with their wingtips just a few feet apart, are always a huge attraction.

"Their high-speed opposition passes and spectacular breaks make for a heart-stopping show never to be missed."

The Red Arrows assist in recruiting to the Armed Forces, act as ambassadors for the UK and promote the best of British.

Flying distinctive Hawk fast-jets, the team is made up of pilots, engineers and essential support staff with frontline, operational experience.

Based at RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire, the Red Arrows have been displaying since 1965.