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Evenley, Northamptonshire (England)

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[Evenley flag] image provided by Philip Tibbetts, 25 November 2014

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Description of the Flag

Based on
Flag Type: Village Flag
Flag Date: 18th November 2014
Flag Designer: Stuart Freestone
Adoption Route: Popular Vote
Aspect Ratio: 3:5
Pantone® Colours: Gold 123, Green 355, Orange 165, Grey 409, Red 485, White
Certification: Flag Institute Chief Vexillologist, Graham Bartram

A vertical green stripe at the hoist, that serves to represent the Village Green. It is charged with three cowslips, Northamptonshire’s county flower and thrives in local hedgerows around Evenley a reminder of our rural aspect of the village. The remainder of the field is gold, Northamptonshire’s colour also which is a reference to trees having been cleared to make room for the village and is reflected in the meaning of the ancient name of Evenley (Imley, Imnley and Evelai) from the Saxon meaning a flat clearing 'the clearing of the woodland'. Upon the gold field is a green dragon being slain with a lance and St. George’s pennant denotes our church and patron Saint of our village is upon this gold field.

Philip Tibbetts, 25 November 2014