|Flag of Cambridgeshire|
|Adopted||1 February 2015|
|Designed by||Brady Ells|
The flag of Cambridgeshire represents the ceremonial county of Cambridgeshire in England. It was designed by Brady Ells and was registered on 1 February 2015.
Its design features three gold crowns on a blue background with two horizontal lighter blue waves through the centre of the flag.
Symbolism[edit | edit source]
The three gold crowns represent East Anglia, the region of England that Cambridgeshire is located in. The blue background is the same shade as the blue in the flag of East Anglia. The waves represent the River Cam that flows through the county and are in Cambridge Blue, the shade of blue famously used by Cambridge University.