The final designs for the Cambridgeshire Flag competition have now been approved by the Flag Institute. They will now be sent to the judges for their approval. Upon the judges approval finalists will be informed and the public vote will then commence.
The recording below shows the Huttoft Parish Council walking out of their May 2014 meeting as they did not want to be recorded.
The public has a legal right to record such meetings. To date I have received no apologies for their conduct from either the Huttoft Parish Council; Councillor Jeremy Webb, East Lindsey District Council or Councilor Stephen Palmer, Lincolnshire County Council.
Could I please request everyone to circulate this to their networks?
The article below appeared in the Chilton Chapter on 18th July 2014.
I am pleased to announce that the fifty County Durham flags have been distributed for Historic County Flags Day on Wednesday 23rd July 2014
- Durham County Council x 25
- Durham Police Headquarters
- Beamish Musuem
- Barnard Castle
- Bowes Museum
- Castle Dene Nature Reserve
- Durham Cricket Club
- Auckland Castle
- Butterfly World
and various other locations across County Durham .
The finalists for the Cambridgeshire flag competition were selected on Friday. It is hope that the finalists will be announced on Monday 21 July.
Tomorrow I will travel to Cambridge for the judging of the Cambridgeshire flag competition at Shire Hall, Cambridge. The judges will select the finalists for the public vote.
Today is your last chance to enter a design. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
© Copyright Kim Fyson
The judges are:
- Councillor Kevin Reynolds – Chairman of Cambridgeshire County Council
- Councillor Jocelynne Scutt – Cambridge City Council
- Ross McGivern – Fenland District Council
- Graham Bartram – Chief Vexillologist, Flag Institute
- Andy Strangeway – Competition Organiser
Tomorrow I will be sending 50 County Durham flags to County Durham for Historic County Flags Day.