Every August tens of thousands gathered along the clifftops to watch the The RAF's Red Arrows swoop along Bournemouth's seafront in their annual summer display. The magnificent red machines fly high over Bournemouth Pier twisting and turning, loop the loop, turn tricks in formation leaving their famous red, blue and white trails of smoke behind them.
The Red Arrows are the Royal Air Force Aerobatic team, representing the excellence of RAF training, skills and equipment. Their motto is "Eclat", meaning "Brilliance", and they have been delighting crowds across Britain for 40 years.
This years display was the 41st time the Red Arrows have flown over the town and is expected to raise money for Round Table Children's Wish. The charity helps to make dreams come true for young people suffering from life-threatening illnesses.