Cheshire County flag


Show your pride in Cheshire County by flying one of our quality British County Flags. Ideal for county fairs, local events, community centres or homes.

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Cheshire County flag

The Cheshire County flag design incorporates three golden wheatsheaves and a golden sword on blue. This is the banner of arms granted in 1938 to the former Cheshire County Council. The golden wheatsheaves on blue are a symbol linked since the late twelfth century to the earldom of Chester. They also form part of the civic arms of the city of Chester, granted in 1560. The device of three golden wheatsheaves and a golden sword formed the hallmark of Chester Assay Office (1779-1962). It also appears on the bridge over Eastgate, Chester (built 1768/9). The sword is a reference to Cheshire’s status as a county palatine.

Our digitally printed flags are printed onto quality polyester material or our Harrison Eco™ material which is made from recycled plastic. If you want that extra touch of quality or a longer lasting solution, we would recommend our hand sewn option. The hand crafted flags are produced using woven polyester with knitted polyester layering by our skilled in-house sewing team in Newton Aycliffe, North East England. The experienced team meticulously appliqué the flags the exact County design.

We have a wide range of County flags if the flag you are looking for isn’t available on our website please call us on 01325 390 195 or email us for a quote.

Technical Specification

Harrison Flagpoles
  • Size: 1 yard (0.91 x 0.46 m), 1.5 yard (1.37 x 0.69m), 2 yard (1.83 x 0.91m), 2.5 yard (2.29 x 1.14m), 3 yard (2.74 x 1.37m), 4 yard (3.66 x 1.83m), 5 yard (4.57 x 2.29m), 6 yard (5.49m x 2.74m)
  • Print Option: Hand sewn, Harrison Eco™ flag, Standard digital
  • Anti Fray: No, Yes