|Flag Type:||Village Flag|
|Flag Date:||24th September 2013|
|Flag Designer:||Philip Tibbetts and Andrew Tuggey|
|Adoption Route:||Public Vote|
|Pantone® Colours:||Blue 286, Red 186, Yellow 109|
|Certification:||Flag Institute Chief Vexillologist, Graham Bartram|
The flag shows two golden wyverns couchant facing each other as in battle; one on a blue background and the other on a red background. The wyvern – forerunner of the Welsh dragon – appeared on the battle standard of Owain Glyndŵr, Prince of Wales. In 1404, Glyndŵr’s army won an engagement with Henry IV’s troops from Monmouth Castle at the Battle of Craig-y-Dorth which took place on the west side of the Craig-y-Dorth feature. The blue background on the flag represents the blue of the old Kingdom of Gwent, which also appears in the Monmouthshire flag and the red background is taken from Glyndŵr’s battle standard. Craig-y-Dorth is Welsh for “hill like a loaf” and the locus is represented on the flag by the inverted yellow triangle within which sits a red heraldic loaf.
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