Flag of Cumbria
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Adopted 2010
Designed by (unknown)
Proportions 3:5

The flag of Cumbria represents the county of Cumbria in Northern England. It was adopted in 2010 after it was mistakenly flown by the Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG).

Its design features six chevrons, two of which are green and are on a yellow field, two of which are white and are on a blue field, and two of which are half white and half blue which are on a half green and half yellow field. These are surrounded by a forest green border which contains three white roses and three white cinquefoils.

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