Poor weather failed to hit dampen spirits at the Weston Air Festival over the weekend, even though the Red Arrows had to scale back their appearance.

The Red Arrows curtailed their visit to five-minutes instead of their normal full performance due to Sunday afternoon’s wet conditions with low cloud.

Large crowds gathered on Brean Down and around Weston bay to watch the famous jets in action.

Audiences were also treated to many other performances, including the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, RAF Chinook Display Team and Aerosuperbatics Wingwalkers. There was also a range of entertainment laid on in Weston.

Pictured: The air show underway over the weekend (Photos: Weston Air Festival)