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Nottinghamshire County Council

The website of Newton Newton Flags shows a flag for Nottinghamshire County Council as a green flag with a voided yellow rectangle, within which is the County
Council's logo - a white "n" bearing a yellow oak tree. The tree represents Sherwood Forest.
Laurence Jones, 10 October 2005


Newark & Sherwood District Council

The website of Newton Newton Flags shows a flag for Nottinghamshire County Council as a white flag bearing the District Council's logo and title. The logo was
introduced at the end of the 1980s, and features a green tree shape - for Sherwood Forest - above a blue squiggle - probably representing the River Trent. The tree shape is "inset" (the council's words) by the silhouettes of Newark Castle and Southwell Minster Church.
Laurence Jones, 10 October 2005


Nottingham City Council

The website of Newton Newton Flags shows a flag for Nottinghamshire County Council as a green flag bearing the City Council's armorial bearings. See:
http://www.ngw.nl/int/gbr/n/nottingh.htm for details.
Laurence Jones, 10 October 2005

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