If you missed the AVRO Lancaster bomber PA474 and Spitfire flying over Haworth on Saturday, there's still hope yet.

The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight is returning to the skies today in a Hurricane.

The Hawker Hurricane is a British single-seat fighter aircraft used by the RAF in the 1930s and 40s. 

It played a vital role in defeating the Luftwaffe during the Battle of Britain.

People can watch the Hurricane fly over Haworth between 1pm and 2pm on Sunday, May 22, though times are weather dependent.

It follows the spectacular sight of the Lancaster bomber PA474 and Spitfire which flew over Haworth yesterday at under 1000ft.

Explaining the historical importance of these three types of aircraft, YouTuber Catherine Warr, who runs Yorkshire's Hidden History, said: "The Hurricane, Spitfire and Lancaster are the three most iconic Allied planes of the Second World War, and so to have them fly past is an amazing way of bringing history to life.

"To actually see them in flight and hear the roar of their engines as they fly past is a great way to lift them from out of the pages of textbooks and into reality.

"Whilst there were many planes used by the Allied forces, the Spitfire, Lancaster and Hurricane were the main workhorses during both the Battle of Britain and other stages of the air war, and so have become the most visually iconic symbols of the war in the skies."

Haworth 1940s Weekend is a two day event which sees the village taken back in time.

The streets are filled with decorations, stalls and dancing while you can enjoy re-enactments along Main Street and the park.

People are advised to bring cash to the event.