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A competition for a flag for the North Riding, Yorkshire, has now closed:
Jason Saber, 22 February 2013
Finalists in competition to design a county flag for North Riding
These six finalists have been revealed in the contest to design a county flag for the North Riding of Yorkshire.
The competition to produce a flag for the North Riding – the area which takes in Mickle Fell, the highest point in Yorkshire, in the north-west of the county, across to Middlesbrough, down to Filey Brigg and over to York – was launched last January. The six shortlisted designs were selected from numerous entries by a panel of judges, for everyone to vote for their favourite.
Voting closes on April 2.
José Manuel Erbez Rodríguez, 9 March 2013
The North Riding flag has been unfurled.
More information at
Jason Saber, 6 May 2013