The RAF Red Arrows Display team are confirmed for Tuesday, August 14 at 6.15pm over the Gyllyngvase side of Falmouth.

Last year 45,000 spectators joined Red 10 for the full run through of spectacular aerial manoeuvres alongside his exciting commentary.

This year is especially poignant as it is the RAF's 100th anniversary.

Falmouth is the only place in Cornwall that the Red Arrows is visiting this year, following cuts leading to the cancellation of Fowey's display.

The roads in Falmouth Town Centre will be closed to traffic between 11am and 11pm and the roads along the seafront will be closed from 3pm.

There will be additional paid parking in two fields on Swanpool Road (above Hooked On The Rocks) weather permitting.

Rail users are advised to use Falmouth Docks station where a queue management system will be in place. GWR will be running a service every 30 minutes rather than every hour all evening, please note that this is their maximum capacity due to the cross over at Penryn.

Ponsharden Park and Ride will be open late, they have 500 parking spaces available.

The last Flushing Ferry will be at 2130 from Falmouth and the last St Mawes Ferry will be at 2015 from Falmouth.