The winning design for the
NEW East Riding flag is Design D.
Created by Trevor and Thomas Appleton, father and son team, from Kirkburn in East Riding of Yorkshire.
The first East Riding of Yorkshire flag was ‘unfurled’ at Beverley Minster on 18 April 2013. Andy Strangeway gave the opening speech in a ceremony attended by
Buy your own East Riding Flag
The initial East Riding flag was made by Flying Colours of Knaresbrough. Digitally Printed Knitted Fabric and Premium MoD Sewn Woven Fabric qualities are now available for you to buy.
World Flag Shop expects delivery of polyester economy East Riding flags around Wednesday 8 May. They will be 5ft x 3ft and cost – £7.50 + p&p.
East Riding Boundary Walk
This summer Andy Strangeway, the organiser of the competition, plans to walk the new flag around the East Riding boundary at the end of May. Find out more.
If you would like to join him contact Andy for more information.
‘Pay less for your energy’, but how?
The Big Community Switch is a ‘collective’ energy buying scheme run by local councils throughout Great Britain.
Here’s how it works; residence registering their usage, the local councils then know how much they need to buy in a ‘reverse energy auction’. Simple, buy in bulk and pay less!
The registration is free and there is no obligation, so what have you got to lose?
For East Riding of Yorkshire Council (ERYC) residents register with YORSwitch. Find out more.
Sign up from 22 April 2013 up to and including
3 June 2013