Weston Air Show and Armed Forces Weekend – full 2018 timetables

PUBLISHED: 15:09 23 June 2018

The Red Arrows are returning to Weston. Picture: Roger Fry

The Red Arrows are returning to Weston. Picture: Roger Fry

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Aeroplanes of all shapes and sizes will soar over Weston-super-Mare this weekend for the return of the air festival, while you can also watch displays on the Beach Lawns for the Armed Forces Weekend. Here is the full schedule for everything you can enjoy and experience on Saturday and Sunday.

Tillier's Regiment demonstration at the Armed Forces day in a previous year.Tillier's Regiment demonstration at the Armed Forces day in a previous year.

Old favourites the Red Arrows are back for the Weston Air Festival, and can be seen on both days, along with the Typhoon and Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.

MORE: What are the highlights at Weston Air Show 2018?

The Armed Forces Weekend starts on Saturday with a parade along the seafront and an opening ceremony in the arena on Beach Road.

Two days of exciting demonstrations, displays, competitions and military music will follow.

MORE: Some of the best things to see at the Armed Forces village.

The festival’s air shows are set to take place at the town’s seafront and Beach Lawns and will run from 1pm to 5pm each day.

If you take any pictures during the weekend, we would love to see them and share them in a gallery. To send in your images, register at www.iwitness24.co.uk and start uploading them to the Weston part of the website.

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