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Waving the flag for King Charles III’s Coronation

16th Feb 2023
By sarah-jane grainger |
Coronation | Flags | News |

The Coronation of HM King Charles III and The Queen Consort will take place on Saturday 6th May, 2023 at Westminster Abbey in London.

Celebrations and special events are planned around the Home Nations, with street parties and other community events, plus the Coronation Concert at Windsor Castle on May 7th. The long weekend of celebrations will culminate with The Big Help Out on Bank Holiday Monday 8th. In tribute to HM The King’s lifetime of public service, this will be a festival of volunteering, according to Jon Knight, Chief Executive of the Together Coalition. Full details of the Coronation weekend celebrations can be found on the Government website, here.

We’re playing our part in the celebrations with our special Coronation flag, featuring the official emblem for the coronation of King Charles III.

Official Coronation logo

The emblem is a red and blue design, created by designer Sir Jony Ive, and features flowers in the shape of the St Edward’s crown, which is used in the Coronation. Sir Jony has explained that this is to reflect the King’s love of nature.

We’ve laid the emblem over a white background to create our Coronation flag – and the 2 yard flag is available now!

The design is digitally printed onto 115gsm quality knitted polyester and the flags are supplied ready to fly with a rope and toggle finish. They are printed and finished right here in the UK by our talented studio team.

Coronation flag flying

Why not team your Coronation flag with a Union flag? They’re the perfect combination for celebrating HM The King’s coronation this Spring, right across the Home Nations!

Looking for more information and would like to speak to one of our helpful team? Give us a call on 01325 390195 or email sales@weareharrisons.com.

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