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Red Ensign flown from Council Offices.

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BT Coleraine

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council have decided to fly the Red Ensign from Council offices in Ballymoney, Coleraine , Limavady and Ballycastle to celebrate Merchant Navy Day.

Seafarers UK had written to ask Council to show support for the seafarers by publicly flying the Red Ensign (red flag with union flag on top left corner) on Merchant Navy Day, which is being celebrated on 3 September 2015.

All local authorities flying the Red Ensign will be added to a Merchant Navy Day ‘Roll of Honour’ on the Seafarers UK website and will be promoted via PR and social media channels.

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