Red Arrows to return

PUBLISHED: 07:31 29 June 2006 | UPDATED: 09:30 24 May 2010

THE world famous Red Arrows will be in Weston to celebrate the 16th anniversary of the Helidays spectacular. The event, which this year will be called International Helidays Plus, will see the Red Arrows joined by helicopters, fast jets, an RAF Battle of

THE world famous Red Arrows will be in Weston to celebrate the 16th anniversary of the Helidays spectacular. The event, which this year will be called International Helidays Plus, will see the Red Arrows joined by helicopters, fast jets, an RAF Battle of Britain team and the RAF Falcon parachute display team. This year's show is being sponsored by the Grand Pier, North Somerset Council and Weston Town Council.The Red Arrows will get the event off to a flying start with their display at 2pm on July 26.Helicopters will be on view on the Beach Lawns from July 28-30.

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