Category Archives: Inverness-shire

A Flag For Benbecula

Following the adoption of flags for fellow Hebridean islands Barra and South Uist, a competition has been announced to select one for Benbecula. A flag representing the entire Outer Hebrides (Western Isles) archipelago also exists.

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A Flag For Eriskay

Following the adoption of flags for fellow Hebridean islands Barra and South Uist, a competition has been announced to select one for Eriskay. A flag representing the entire Outer Hebrides (Western Isles) archipelago also exists.

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A Flag For North Uist

Following the adoption of flags for fellow Hebridean islands Barra and South Uist, a competition has been announced to select one for North Uist. The following competition submission  which had been promoted as a potential flag for the island before … Continue reading

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A Flag For The Outer Hebrides

  This flag, derived from the coat of arms of Comahairle nan Eilean Siar (the formerly named Western Isles Council) is used to represent the chain of Scottish islands named The Outer Hebrides (Western Isles). This archipelago is traditionally split … Continue reading

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South Uist Flag

The Scottish island of South Uist, in the Outer Hebrides archipelago, traditionally part of Inverness-shire, has been associated with a green flag bearing a dark blue Nordic style cross, fimbriated (outlined) in white, for several years and this was formally registered by … Continue reading

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A Flag For Inverness-shire

This proposal, the creation of Philip Tibbetts, takes its colours from the coat of arms of Inverness-shire County Council The crossed devices are Lochaber Axes as found in the arms of Lochaber District Council in the county which themselves derive … Continue reading

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Barra Flag

The flag of the Scottish island of Barra, in the Outer Hebrides archipelago, traditionally part of Inverness-shire, was registered on November 23rd 2017. The island had been flying its green flag, bearing a white Nordic style cross, for over a … Continue reading

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