The aviation enthusiasts amongst you will be aware of the last flying Vulcan bomber, known as XH558.
This has been kept flying for the last few years by a private charity, based at Robin Hood Airport, Doncaster.
2015 is the last year it will be able to fly, due to the difficulties in continuing the required support for a complex aircraft.
The Vulcan will be undertaking a “last hurrah” flight around the UK this weekend. The Southern loop of this flight will take place on Sunday, 11th October, and will include Rutland Water as a waypoint on the trip around the country.
There will be no display as such, but it will be overhead the reservoir for a period of time
Timings are still to be confirmed, but further details can be found on the Vulcan Trusts website.