Lincolnshire County Flag
Lincolnshire is a county in the east of England bordered by Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Rutland, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, Northamptonshire and Yorkshire. The flat fertile land is used for agriculture, particularly vegetable and wheat growing. Although a mainly flat county there is a range of chalk hills called The Wolds. Apart from agriculture, the other industries are situated around the Humber Estuary, Grimsby and Scunthope. Attractions in the county include seaside resorts at Skegness, Mablethorpe and Cleethorpes as well as Lincoln Cathedral and castle, Tattershall Castle and Burghley House. The RAF has played a big roll in the history of Lincolnshire with many Second World War airfields in the county. Today there is a large base at Waddington and at RAF Coningsby visitors can see the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. RAF Scampton is the home of the Red Arrows Display Team which can be seen flying at numerous events all around the UK throughout the year.
Lincolnshire County flag was chosen from a competition held in 2005 organised by BBC Lincolnshire and Lincolnshire Life Magazine. It features a red cross with a fleur-de-lis in the centre on a blue and green background.
A gold border represents the crops grown in the county. The blue on the flag represents the sea and sky of Lincolnshire and the green symbolises the fields, while the fleur-de-lis represents the City of Lincoln.
Our Printed Lincolnshire County Flag
High Quality Printed Knitted Polyester Flags
All county flags are digitally printed onto 115g knitted polyester which conforms to British MOD specification. Flags are double stitched hem all around and a reinforced hem on the hanging side. Supplied with metal eyelets fixing ready to fly.
Poly Mesh Lincolnshire County Flag:
Poly-mesh Lincolnshire County flag is also made from knitted polyester 115 gsm (grams square metre) and has very small holes across the entire flag which allows the air to flow through the flag to flutter rather than whip in the high winds so they last longer in exposed areas. Poly Mesh flags are ideal for coastal areas, church towers, roof tops, harbours and exposed areas.
Anti-Fray is optional. Anti-fray is sewn onto the opposite end of the reinforced flag fixing side and the mesh takes the wear out of the flag allowing flags to last longer with more durability.
Key points per Lincolnshire County Flag
Metal eyelets fixing
Rope and toggle
Ready to fly
Poly-mesh Flag Material
Flags supplied ready to fly
0.5 yard (22cm x 45cm) – 6 yard (549 x 274cm )
Additional sizes and fixings available on request
Stock and delivery&