This was the view from the cockpit at an aerobatics festival in Norfolk
- Credit: Archant
A bumper crowd enjoyed the Wildcraft Brewery's Wildfest festival in Buxton at the weekend.
Visitors enjoyed sampling Wildcat beer while being treated to a dynamic aerobatic display.
Norfolk-based Wildcat Aerobatics, who fly a pair of iconic Pitts Special biplanes, displayed close formation aerobatics and precision synchronised flying.
Pilot Al Coutts said: "We had great conditions for our display at Wildfest.
"The site looked packed with people and I hope they were enjoying [the] beer."
Kate Royall, who commentated during the display, said: "There was a great atmosphere, helped by the warm weather and the great selection of craft
beers. The crowds really enjoyed the display and there were plenty of cheers and waves for the team, who ended the display with a smokey heart in the sky. It was a wonderful event for us to be at."
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