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The flag of Lincolnshire was the winning entry in a 2005 competition organised by the BBC . The flag was designed by Michelle Andrews and selected from a shortlist of six designs drawn from competition entries. The flag features a red cross bearing a yellow … Continue reading

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Monmouthshire’s flag was conceived by Jason Saber as an adaptation of the reputed arms of the Ancient British Kingdom of Gwent, the area of which forms much of the county of Monmouthshire. The Gwent arms are also subsumed in the ecclesiastical arms used by the … Continue reading

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