Aircraft in Jubilee rehearsal flypast

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Aircraft have rehearsed a fly-past over Anglesey for the Diamond Jubilee, although the actual event will be over Windsor Castle.

More than 200 spectators watched aircraft take to the skies on Tuesday at Mona Airfield.

Pilots had to pretend it was the Queen's residence in Berkshire.

On Saturday, 80 aircraft will take place in the real fly-past, which is part of the celebrations to mark the Queen's 60-year reign.

Matthew Richards reports.

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