This page is part of © FOTW Flags Of The World website

Isle of Wight (United Kingdom)

Last modified: 2002-07-13 by rob raeside
Keywords: isle of wight | cowes | saint david |
Links: FOTW homepage | search | disclaimer and copyright | write us | mirrors

[Isle of Wight] by Roy Stilling

Under the reorganisation of English regional government in 1974, the Isle of Wight was separated from Hampshire. Since 1996 it has been a unitary authority, combining the powers of a county and district council.

In article about the flags of the Isles of Scilly, Scilly News reported the flag of Isle of Wight is a yellow cross on black, essentially the flag of Dewi Sant (Saint David) of Wales

W. Madsen, 24 June 2002

See also:

Cowes, Isle of Wight

The flag of Cowes (a city in the Isle of Wight) is a 2:3 banner of arms. It is a Saint George cross, red on white field, with a crown in the upper hoist and a ship in the lower fly. An idea of it can be obtained from

Olivier Touzeau, 7 November 2001

Cowes is an important yachting harbor, at the mouth of a mighty river with the typical English name of Medina.

Jarig Bakker, 14 January 2002

CHANNELS :: Compare Country infoCountry guide & StudyFlagsMapsSightseeingTravel WarningsHotel Directory DESTINATIONS :: AsiaAfricaCaribbean Middle EastNorth AmericaSouth AmericaCentral AmericaOceania PacificEuropePolar Regions UTILITIES :: WeatherWorld TimeISD CodesTravel Links Link Exchange
DestinationsMonuments WONDERS :: AncientModernNatural | Privacy Policy