The Red Arrows will be arriving in Falmouth at a slightly different time next month.

The ever-popular aerobatic display team are due to make their now traditional visit to Falmouth Week on Wednesday, August 10.

However, they are now due to arrive for the display at 6pm, which is 15 minutes earlier than the previously advertised time.

The crews are expected to take their usual route and fly over Falmouth Bay for the display, which should include their famous red, blue and white smoke patterns.

It is always one of the most popular events of Falmouth Week and draws thousands of people to the town to watch, with beaches and open spaces filled with crowds looking up to the sky.

Sadly the weather last year forced the cancellation of the 2021 display.

After a few 'will they, won't they' moments, and organisers initially hoping the display could still go ahead despite the cloudy skies, after the RAF got as far as landing at Exeter, in the end the decision was taken to cancel when the cloud was deemed too low-level to be safe for the pilots.

Given the sunshine seen over the last couple of weeks, it is hoped it will continue into August and allow the display to go-ahead this summer.

Falmouth Town Team said: "As ever this spectacular event is weather dependent so keep your fingers crossed for sunshine and blue skies!"