Red ribbons will be tied around the newly located Jon Egging Memorial in Dorset later.
The sculpture was built in memory of the Red Arrows pilot killed during the Bournemouth Air Festival in 2011.
It had to be moved due to a major landslip in East Cliff last year.
Our reporter Sally Simmonds sent this report from the inquest into the death of Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging. He died after his plane crash following a display in August 2011.
Sheriff Payne, Bournemouth Coroner, has recorded a verdict of accidental death at the inquest into the death of Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging. The Red Arrows pilot died after he crashed following a display in August 2011.
An inquest will begin today into the death of Red Arrows Pilot Flight Lieutenant Jon Egging who was killed in August 2011. The 33-year-old was taking part in the Bournemouth Airshow when his aircraft crashed into a field near the village of Throop.
Preparations begin today to launch this year's Bournemouth Air Festival which takes place in August. Meanwhile, children at Kinson Primary School in the town are working with artist Tim Ward to create a memorial to Red Arrows pilot Jon Egging who died during the airshow last year.