Red Arrows will be flying over Harborough today - here's when you can see them
Photographers will be out in numbers to catch them flying over
Gaze up at the skies this morning (Wednesday) and you might well see the world-famous Red Arrows shooting across Harborough.
The RAF’s crack aerobatic team are set to fly just east of Market Harborough between 11.15am and 11.20am as they head back to their base in Lincolnshire after a practice flight.
The Red Arrows are due to take off from RAF Scampton at 10.37am and speed out over The Wash in their sleek Hawk jets.
The emblematic nine-strong unit will then turn back over East Anglia towards London before arrowing back towards Market Harborough.
These brilliant action shots by Market Harborough photographer Peter Crowe show the Red Arrows screaming over Market Harborough on VE Day on May 8 last year.