PICTURES: Red Arrows and Concorde at model air show
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The Red Arrows may not have been able to perform fully at Weston Air Festival last month, but a replica version entertained a large crowd at the weekend.
Woodspring Model Air Show took place on Saturday and Sunday in Claverham, and saw spectators enjoy a thrilling sight of remote-controlled planes taking to the sky.
This year's event was a milestone one for Woodspring Wings and it marked its 30th anniversary.
Andy Johnson's one-tenth model of the world's most famous jet - Concorde - was arguably the biggest draw of the weekend.
But a Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, model Vulcan Bomber and replica Red Arrows jets meant there was a lot to see and enjoy across both days.
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The event was held at Claverham Airfield and fireworks were set off at the end of the festival.
Trade stalls and food carts managed to do a roaring trade over the weekend as well.
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