The world famous Red Arrows were seen flying over Chester this afternoon.
As we reported earlier this week , the Red Arrows were using Hawarden Airport in Flintshire as their base, ahead of an eagerly-anticipated display at Blackpool Pleasure Beach.
Many tweeted their excitement about seeing the famous arrows over Chester today, including Chester MP Chris Matheson who described it as 'a fantastic sight which always turns heads and creates excitement.'
According to the RAF, its popular aerobatic team were set to depart for Blackpool after 6pm this evening, arriving back in Hawarden shortly afterwards.
They will then leave to go home to Scampton in Lincolnshire – the former base of the Dambusters – at 1pm tomorrow (Sunday).
The 20-minute display in Blackpool was due to take place above the Pleasure Beach from 6.30pm.
The Red Arrows will be back in North Wales on August 28 when they take to the skies for the Rhyl Air Show.