Last modified: 2012-06-25 by rob raeside
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by Rob Raeside
The flag of Cadw, the Welsh equivalent of English Heritage or Historic
Scotland, i.e., a quango whose job is to care for historic buildings and sites
which are in the ownership of the state. 'Cadw' is a Welsh word ('w' is a vowel
-'cad-oo'). It means 'to keep'.
The Cadw emblem appears on their website, though it's not very big.
André Coutanche, 26 March 2004
The flag shown here is the new version - issued to us this year in February
to replace previous versions. It started shipping this month (March 2004).
Charles Ashburner, 29 March 2004