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Category Archives: Yorkshire
A campaign has started to mark the boundaries of Yorkshire’s Ridings with their respective flags. Please see Yorkshire Boundary Sign Project for further information.
Yorkshire – West Riding Day is on the 29th March – the anniversary of the Battle of Towton. The day was selected by a public vote.
Yorkshire – North Riding Day is on the 22nd Augsut – the date on which both the Battle of the Standard at Northallerton and the Battle of Bosworth Field, at which the last Yorkist King, Richard III was killed, took … Continue reading
Yorkshire – East Riding Day is on the 24th August – the date was chosen in celebration of the East Riding of Yorkshire’s greatest son, William Wilberforce, born on that day in 1759. Wilberforce was closely associated with the East … Continue reading
Yorkshire Day is on the 1st August – the date of the Battle of Minden when soldiers from the Yorkshire regiment are reputed to have borne white roses on their uniforms.
The flag of the West Riding of Yorkshire was registered on May 23rd 2013. It was created by Michael Faul, a foremost British vexillologist and was the winning entry in a competition organised by Yorkshire resident and adventurer Andy Strangeway … Continue reading
The flag of Yorkshire was registered in 2008. It bears a white rose which has long been associated with the county. The white rose, also known as the “rose alba” or “rose argent”, was originally the symbol of the House … Continue reading
The flag of the North Riding was the winner in a public competition, one of six designs selected by a panel of judges for a final public vote. It was revealed for the first time on May 4th 2013 … Continue reading