Poole Maritime Festival We are proud to sponsor the Children’s Flag Competition at Poole Maritime Festival hosted by Borough of Poole. The festival will have the prestigious European Maritime Day which will attract 1000’s visitors from different parts of the Europe continent. The European Maritime Day is organised by the EU Commission’s marine division which […]
We were recently sent some fabulous pictures from one of our favourite customers in California, USA who was proud to fly the Union flag as well as the Royal Standard for our very own Queen’s Saphire Jubilee. I found it hard to match this gentleman’s enthusiasm for this momentous occasion within the UK, let alone […]
We were very pleased indeed to have been invited to the Royal Logistics Corps convention at Grantham. It was the first time for Flagmakers exhibiting at such event which meant that the whole team were excited and worked very hard to produce the highest quality exhibition stand. The Flagmakers exhibition stand showcased embroidered, printed and […]
It was a day of mixed emotions in the Flagmakers Office this past Friday as the Sales Team Leader, Kim Cockram, said farewell to go on a 5 month long sabbatical. Kim is going to be touring India as a teacher of mixed Martial arts for the next 2 months and then backpacking around other areas of India for the final 3 months.
Flagmakers recently manufactured a Royal Engineers Flag for an event which saw it climb to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro. The Royal Engineers division provides military engineering and technical support to the British Armed Forces. The challenge for this division of the British Army was to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. Which is some challenge considering the […]
Having recently been to Iceland I couldn’t help but notice how many flags were flying in the capital Reykjavik and the surrounding villages. I know most people probably don’t notice these things but as a Flagmaker its refreshing to see a nation taking such pride in their flag. If ever get the chance to […]
Cromford became the latest in a small club of villages to have its own registered flag. The new flag finally achieved its approval last month, certified by chief vexillologist Graham Bartram. The news came as a great surprise to designer Clem Wilson who originally designed the flag in 2006, it was first flown in the […]
The closing ceremony of this year’s Olympics saw the standard process of passing the Olympic flag. The unique flag which flies throughout the Olympics was slowly lowered to go back into hiding until the next summer games. The usual Olympic flag ceremonies were adopted in the closing ceremony with the Brazil flag been slowly lowered […]