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There is now a flag for Devon (UK). The flag was designed by one of many contributors to a discussion originating on the BBC Devon web-site, which resulted in two 'internet based' polls attracting hundreds of votes. The winning design was the most favoured on both occasions. The flag can be seen at http://users.senet.com.au/~dewnans/Devon_Flag_Designs.html.
Paul Turner, 25 March 2003
by Blas Delgado OrtizOn a leaflet advertising the town of Ilfracombe is shown a flag of North Devon. It has been produced by the North Devon Marketing Board, part of the North Devon Council. (www.northdevon.gov.uk). The flag is a Scandinavian cross, light blue in the top left, yellow in the top right, very dark blue in the bottom left, and dark green in the bottom right section. The cross is white, and on the vertical part are the words 'North Devon', while on the horizontal part is the symbol of a bird flying with what look like wind symbols at the end of the wings.
Paul Leaver, 5 September 2002