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West Sussex (England)

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[West Sussex flag] image located by Olivier Touzeau, 2 June 2008

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Description of the flag

BBC have now formally launched a competition for a flag for Sussex at The page shows a blue banner with 7 light blue wavy lines, and the crowned coat of arms in the centre in white. It also alludes to the design being made by Graham Bartram.
Jason Saber, 1 June 2008

There is also a flag touted on the internet known as a 'West Sussex flag' which is a yellow over blue horizontal bicolour, not equally divided. The yellow band looks to be about 1/4 of the width of the flag. The bottom blue band features the five martlets in yellow and one local company is selling it in a five foot by three foot version - see my sources below for links.

(1) eBay United Kingdom,, as consulted 28 June 2008
(2) Skyblue Leisure, commercial web site,, as consulted 28 June 2008
Colin Dobson, 28 June 2008


Commercial flag

[Flag for West Sussex] located by Ian MacDonald, 14 July 2010


This flag is being marketed for Warwickshire. records:

The West Sussex flag features a mythical bird called Martlets which have been long associated with Sussex. The County Council offer this flag, which presumably is licensed to them.

Yellow over blue (1:2), with a six yellow martlets in the blue field.
Ian MacDonald
, 14 July 2010