THE WORLD famous red arrows took flight over a Hampshire Village.

The flight across Lyndhurst will take place at 3pm on September 30 after the Arrows were at this year's Bournemouth Air Show.

Adrian Wiltshire, 77 who is the chairman for the Royal British Legion in Lyndhurst told the Echo that this is the fourth time the arrows have taken flight over the village in the past five years.

He saw the Arrows fly across while at Bolton's Bench national park.

He described it as a 'fantastic spectacle' that lots of people in the village look forward to.

He said: "It is so fantastic to see them fly over, especially as the Royal British Legion in Lyndhurst is soon hosting at WW1 commemoration event.

"It seemed like a fitting time to happen."

The Royal British Legion in Lyndhurst will be holding a brass band concert at Lyndhust Community Centre on September 9 to commemorate the end of WW1.

The event will begin at 3pm, tickets will cost £10 including a cream tea and they can be purchased from the working men's club and the community centre.