A Flag For Peeblesshire


The proposed flag of the county (also known locally as Tweeddale) takes  inspiration from symbols appearing in the civic arms of the county town of Peebles

Created by Philip Tibbettts, the design combines the salmon found in the Peebles arms with a vertical, blue and white, wavy pattern recalling the River Tweed that rises and begins its course in the county. Two of the fish point down and one up to recall the local saying that for every one salmon that swims upstream in the River Tweed two will flow down it!



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