HEREFORDSHIRE'S skies might be quieter than usual, with airlines grounded and all non-essential travel stopped.

But members of the Hereford Times Camera Club have proven that there is still plenty to see from our own doorsteps, with a wealth of interesting aircraft spotted over the county over the past week.

Hereford residents would have been hard-pressed not to have heard these aircraft as they came in low over Tupsley and St James yesterday.

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Stu Lane captured this shot of one of a pair of Puma helicopters flying at low altitude over Hereford yesterday as it came in to land briefly at the TA Centre on Harold Street.

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Worcester News: Puma helicopter in Hereford. Picture: Stu LanePuma helicopter in Hereford. Picture: Stu Lane

Worcester News: Puma helicopter in Hereford. Picture: Stu LanePuma helicopter in Hereford. Picture: Stu Lane

Fellow Camera Club member Belinda Olsen was also out with her camera as the helicopters came over.

"The two RAF Pumas were in Hereford again this afternoon, I adore the little tiger decal on the nose of the tiger stripe paintwork version," she said.

And Jane Hufton snapped this shot of what is understood to be a C-17 Globemaster based at RAF Brize Norton circling over north Herefordshire.

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Have you or your little ones been plane-spotting over the last couple of weeks? We would love to see your pictures!

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