Look up to the skies this morning (June 23) because you might be able to see the Red Arrows fly over Berkshire.

The Royal Air Force team is heading to the Goodwood Festival of Speed, which is an annual hill climb featuring historic motor racing vehicles.

And today Berkshire residents could catch a glimpse of the formation as it travels from the RAF base Scampton to Farnborough before heading for the display.

According to the schedule, the Red Arrows could be spotted over the county between 10.10am and 10.14am.

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Here are the today's timings:

Fiskerton - 9.52am

Thorney - 9.58am

Potterspury - 10.05am

Henley-on-Thames - 10.10am

Farnborough - 10.14am

And here is the route from Farnborough the Red Arrows will take for Goodwood Festival of Speed:

Farnborough - 12.19pm

Elstead - 12.21pm

Cranleigh - 12.22pm

Billingshurst - 12.24pm

Petersfield - 12.27pm

Havant - 12.28pm

Funtington - 12.29pm

Goodwood  - 12.30pm (display)

Arundel - 12.52pm

Farnborough - 12.54pm

The timings and route could be subject to change due to weather conditions.