Air show is flying high at Shoreham Airshow

A  scene  from Shoreham Airshow
A scene from Shoreham Airshow
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This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Shoreham Airshow and the line-up appears to be bigger than before.

The event in West Sussex is taking place tomorrow and Sunday from 8.30am-5pm and will have a 1940s theme.

The highlight of the weekend event will be the flying displays that occur at a variety of times across both days.

You will be able to see displays from the Royal Air Force, Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum and First World War Centenary.

During intervals in the main display the event is also welcoming several large scale radio-controlled model aircrafts and fast jet-powered models.

Besides aircraft displays, there is a variety of events happening on the ground.

Take a look at the range of classic cars and military vehicles while listening to music from the Spinettes.

There will also be a large trade village and a craft tent, alongside a fun fair with simulator rides.

A range of refreshments will also be available.

Tickets cost £22 for adults and £8 for children. For more information visit shorehamairshow.co.uk.