Don't forget to look out for a spectacular RAF display over Bucks this week - as the Battle of Britain memorial flight is set to go over the county twice. 

The RAF's Battle of Britain memorial flight operates six Spitfires, two Hurricanes, a Lancaster, a C47 Dakota and two Chipmunk aircraft to commemorate those who have fallen while serving our country. 

The first flight took place over the weekend, but Bucks residents will hopefully be able to see the incredible sight on Thursday, May 12, or Saturday, May 14. 

On Thursday, it is expected to fly past High Wycombe between 6.45pm and 7.30pm. 

On Saturday, it will pass Hyde Heath between 3.10pm and 3.50pm. 

The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight operates out of RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire. 

It was inaugurated on July 11, 1957, at RAF Biggin Hill and was initially known as the RAF Historic Aircraft Flight - but was renamed in 1969. 

The aircraft involved are primarily used for training and are flown by regular RAF crew. 

They are flown regularly to celebrate public and military events including air shows and state occasions like Trooping the Colour.