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Sutherland Flag Vote Live

In the interests of county unity, the Lord Lieutenant has ordered the Sutherland Flag Committee to put the shortlist of entries for the Flag Competition and to a binding vote by the people of Sutherland. That vote runs until Monday, 26th November 2018 and is open to anyone who lives in Sutherland. The vote includes […]

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Barra Flag Registered

The Barra flag has been granted official recognition from the Lyon Court and entered into the Flag institute’s registry. The distinctive green and white Scandinavian-style flag has been widely used by the community for decades – flying across the island and appearing on local produce. However, until now, has had no legal recognition. A community […]

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Oxfordshire & Suffolk Appear on the Registry

Both Oxfordshire and Suffolk have now arrived on the registry. The flags were registered in principle earlier in the year (May and September respectively) though have been waiting for suitable artwork to be drawn up before actually appearing on the registry. The flags can be seen in their individual entries here: Oxfordshire Suffolk

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South Uist: a Hebridean First

South Uist is to have the first officially recognised community flag in the Outer Hebrides. The design will now be entered into the official records of the Court of the Lord Lyon, where all such flags in Scotland – including the saltire itself – are recorded and has also appeared on the Flag Institute registry […]

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Bloxwich Adds to Black Country Community Flags

The town of Bloxwich in the Black Country is the latest addition to the registry. It features a green and black cross on white with a tree and lion which recall legends and events in the towns past. The flag can be seen in the registry here Bloxwich not only follows the growing national trend […]

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Cinque Ports Sea Change

The Cinque Ports have a new flag on the registry. Last year the Cinque Ports Authority approached the Flag Institute to request a community flag be developed, which would allow the Authority to maintain exclusive use on the traditional banner. The Communities Vexillologist was able to reverse engineer a flag from the dimidiation that created […]

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Berkshire flag enters the UK Flag Registry

The Berkshire Flag has taken up its rightful position in the UK Flag Registry. The Flag Institute accepted the submission on 2 March after requesting a fresh realisation before completing registration. The new official flag features a red deer stag with a ‘royal’ twelve-point pair of antlers, evoking the Berkshire’s flora, fauna and royal status. […]

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Staffordshire County Flag Vote Result

County Flags have become an important part of our regional and national identity. Most English counties have a recognised County Flag, but Staffordshire did not. The Flag Institute maintains the UK Flag Registry as a definitive record of county and community flags, and works with county organisations to come up with suitable designs. The county […]

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Staffordshire County Flag Vote

County Flags have become an important part of our regional and national identity. Most English counties now have a recognised County Flag, but Staffordshire is yet to obtain one. The Flag Institute maintains the Register of County Flags and works with county organisations to come up with suitable designs. The County Flags are based on […]

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Denny and Dunipace Flag: Call for Entries

Following the success of the Caithness the next flag competition in Scotland is now underway for the community of Denny and Dunipace, near Falkirk. The competition is being run by the Denny and Dunipace Flag Competition team authorised by the district community council and funded by the Charette Fund which was established with a grant […]

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