Flag Flying Days

We fly different flags throughout the year on the flagpole in the church garden to celebrate national occasions, church festivals and saints days.  A gallery of the flags flown can be found below, along with a list of flag flying days.

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The flag which is flown is shown next to each date.



Flag Flying Days for 2023:

1st January – New Year’s Day – Diocesan

8th January – Epiphany (6th January) – Diocesan

9th January – Princess of Wales Birthday – Union

29th January – Candlemas (2nd February) – Diocesan

1st March – St David’s Day – St David’s Cross

17th March – St Patrick’s Day – St Patrick’s Cross

25th March – Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary – Diocesan

9th April – Easter Sunday – Diocesan

23rd April – Prince Louis’ Birthday/St George’s Day – St George’s Cross

2nd May – Princess Charlotte’s Birthday – Union

6th May – Coronation of King Charles III – Union

18th May – Ascension Day – Diocesan

26th May – St Augustine’s feast day – Diocesan

28th May – Pentecost – Diocesan

4th June – Trinity Sunday – Diocesan

21st June – Prince of Wales Birthday – Union

24th June – Armed Forces Day – Armed Forces Day flag

17th July – Queen Consort’s Birthday – Union

22nd July – Prince George’s Birthday – Union

8th September – Accession Day – Union

1st November – All Saints Day – Diocesan

11th November – Armistice Day – Union

14th November – HM the King’s Birthday – Union

26th November – Christ the King – Diocesan

30th November – St Andrew’s Day – St Andrew’s Cross

3rd December – Advent Sunday – Diocesan

24th December – Christmas Eve – Diocesan

25th December – Christmas Day (until 11am) – Diocesan

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