This annual event is hosted by Exeter University Sailing Club. The yearly sailing event is limited to 18 teams ensuring high-quality standards for all the participants. The event takes place 18 MAR AT 09:00 – 19 MAR AT 17:00 UTC at Roadford Lake Sailing Club Roadford Lake Broadwoodwidger PL16 0RL United Kingdom.
One minute we are making large flags then the very next day we are making our smallest size.
We are always prepared to go from one extreme to another in the blink of an eye. In the world of flagmaking, our sewing machines can be swamped with huge swathes of fabric or “making dolls clothes” as one machinist put it.
The images show 18″ x 12″ for a Harbour Master and a 5yd St George Cross made for a beautiful historic church.
For this particular St George, due to the size and flagpole location, we strengthened both the hoist and the fly for extra protection.
The coronation of King Charles will take place at Westminster Abbey on Saturday, May 6, 2023. The ceremony will be conducted by the Archbishop of Canterbury at the Royal Church, which is one of the oldest landmarks in London. King Charles will become the 40th reigning monarch to be crowned on May 2023 and will be crowned alongside his Queen Consort, Camilla.
The sovereign will be anointed, blessed and consecrated at the ancient site which is home to the banners of the medieval Order of the Bath. The Lady Chapel is home to an array of colourful hanging banners which adorn the walls and ceilings of the chapel.
North Macedonia was the last country to join North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Formally known as Yugoslav Republic, it officially became a NATO member on 27 March 2022. After declaring independence from Yugoslavia in 1991, the country chose the name Macedonia. However, after much dispute with Greece, which also has a region called Macedonia, the new name was agreed upon after talks with the EU.
NATO is an organization of collective defence. It is a security alliance of 30 countries from North America and Europe. Its purpose is to create a special connection between these two continents, allowing them to consult, work together on security and defence issues, and coordinate international crisis management activities.
Britain’s Ocean City will host Sail Grand Prix for the second year running. The event will take place on 30 and 31 July 2022 and is expected to attract thousands of spectators to Plymouth’s iconic waterfront.
Nine teams will go head-to-head, racing at speeds in excess of 60 mph, in hydrofoil F50 catamarans.
The water race will take place this year from 30th July – 6th August. The traditional race, which has taken place since 1826, is a seven-day sailing regatta on the south coast’s stunning Solent. Attracting approximately 100,000 spectators, 8,000 competitors, and about 1,000 ships, it is the biggest sailing competition in Europe and one of the most significant annual sporting occasions in the UK.
The Aboriginal flag is to have permanent status on Australia’s iconic landmark. The NSW government made the decision earlier this year after many years of campaigning by supporters.
The flag was created in 1971 by indigenous artist Harold Thomas and now has legal and political status together with the national flag.
The flag is divided horizontally into equal halves of black (top) and red (bottom), with ayellow circle in the centre. The black symbolises Aboriginal people, with the yellow representing the sun. The red depicts the earth and peoples’ relationship to the land.
Colourful Intersex Rainbow Flags are very popular with county councils at the moment. We can supply any size with rope and toggle or eyelets. Digitally printed on knitted polyester, the rainbow colours have become widely recognized as a symbol of LGBT.