The Falkland Islands celebrate Liberation Day annually on 14 June.
The date commemorates the liberation of the islands from Argentine military occupation in 1982.
The British Virgin Islands celebrate Territory Day annually on 1 July.
On this date in 1956 the islands became a separate British Overseas Territory.
The Cayman Islands celebrate Constitution Day on the first Monday of July.
It honours the island’s first written constitution, which took effect on 4 July 1959.
Turks and Caicos celebrate Constitution Day annually on 30 August.
The date honours the first constitution of the islands, adopted on 30 August 1976.
Gibraltar celebrates its National Day – first held in 1992 – annually on 10 September.
The date marks Gibraltar’s first sovereignty referendum (1967), when voters chose to stay under UK sovereignty rather than transfer to Spanish sovereignty.
The Virgin Islands celebrate the feast of St Ursula annually on 22 October.
Christopher Columbus named the Virgin Islands in 1493 in honour of St Ursula.
The British Antarctic Territory celebrates the Birthday of HM The King annually on 14 November.
The Falkland Islands celebrate the Birthday of HM The King annually on 14 November.
St Andrew’s Day is Scotland’s national day.
St Andrew’s Day is listed as a flag flying day by Scottish government guidance.
The Scottish Saltire is specified.
St Andrew’s Day is also listed as a flag flying day (for Scotland only) by UK government guidance.
The Union Flag is specified.