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Wexford, Ireland

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While recently in Wexford, south-east Ireland I saw a local flag. The shape is a normal rectangle, divided horizontally into three equal parts (colours, purple, yellow/gold, purple - based on the county colours) in the centre is the town's coat of arms (see: I remember the words 'Loch Garman' (Irish for Wexford) in black, in an arc below in the purple stripe. I'm not sure if it's a county or just a town flag. It was displayed outside pubs, hotels and so forth, though it was not that prevalent.
Dominic Martin, 6 April 2005