WORCESTER News readers have been sharing their photographs of the World famous Red Arrows, after their visit to Worcestershire this weekend.

Readers said they were treated to a “great spectacle” as they captured some brilliant shots.

People looked to the skies for the two fly overs that took place on Friday night and Saturday afternoon.

The arrows flew over a number of county locations including Severn Stoke, the Three Counties Showground, Stanley Hill, Bromyard, Tenbury Wells, Stourport, Tewkesbury, Great Malvern, Stourport, Bromsgrove and Redditch, Bidford-on-Avon, Evesham and Broadway, before heading off to the Cotswolds.

The Red Arrows were flying over the county as they appeared at the Midlands Air Festival at Ragley Hall. It was their first displays in the UK for more than 18 months, their last outing being a successful 11-week tour across North America, before the pandemic hit planned events in 2020.

The festival’s air displays also included RAF Typhoon, RAF Falcons and BBMF Spitfire Pair.

Kerry Stallard said: “A beautiful display over the Malvern Hills" and Susan Proud said: “Flew over Stourport, heard them first, quite low, then let out the coloured trails just over our house.

Christine Harper added: “Came over us, fantastic to see.”

Did you see the Red Arrows? Share your pictures on the Worcester News Camera Club, or the paper’s Facebook page, or Twitter @worcesternews.