|Flag of East Riding of Yorkshire|
|Designed by||Trevor Appleton|
The flag of the East Riding of Yorkshire represents the ceremonial county of the East Riding of Yorkshire in England. Designed by father and son Trevor and Thomas Appleton after a competition was launched, it was officially adopted in April 2013.
Its design features a white rose in the centre of a blue and green background.
Symbolism[edit | edit source]
The white rose is the rose of Yorkshire and represents the present-day county's location within the historic county.