St Augustine of Canterbury (d.604) became the first Archbishop of Canterbury in 597.
The Church of England considers him to be one of its founding fathers.
Wiltshire Day takes place annually on 5 June.
It commemorates the first raising of the Wiltshire Flag at County Hall, Trowbridge (2007).
Sussex Day takes place annually on 16 June, the feast of St Richard of Chichester (1197–1253), the patron saint of Sussex.
Also known as Richard de Wych, the saint was bishop of Chichester.
Shetland Day takes place annually on 21 June.
Shetland Islands Council chose this date simply because it it the longest day of the year.
Mercia Day takes place annually on 22 June, the feast of St Alban.
St Alban is the first recorded British Christian martyr, by tradition beheaded in Verulamium (modern St Albans) during the third or fourth centuries.