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by Željko Heimer, 4 January 2003

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Saint Lucia is divided to 8 regions. There are no known flags of those regions. The regions are:
- Anse la Raye
- Babonneau
- Castries
- Dennery
- Gros Islet
- Saint Lucy
- Micuod
- Soufriere
- Vieux Fort
List based on Administrative divisions of the World.
Dov Gutterman, 25 October 2004

Castries City Council

Searching through the Internet, I read something interesting. The Whitehorse YK website has a flag flying policy in PDF document, which claims that the city is flying its sister cities flags on certain dates. Among them the flag of the Castries City Council from St. Lucia, on first Monday in March. Furthermore it claims that the city has that flag in its inventory.
See: <>.

Then I tried to locate an image of the Castries flag on its own website :<>. Not much luck, but on one black and white photo the Castries flag is partially visible: It is Castries emblem, including "CASTRIES CITY COUNCIL" on a white disk (I assume that the coat of arms is black and white) on a colored background (most probably red) with wide (blue ?) border. I invite you to browse the net. Maybe you'll get better luck and find some color photo :)
Valentin Poposki, 5 May 2010

That's marvellous: see also Schedule A (Flag Policy Schedule) and Schedule B (Flag Inventory), a list of flags which are kept in inventory at City Hall, Whitehorse, as it lists a whole load of other flags, for example HMCS Whitehorse (Naval Reserve), Arctic Winter Games Corporation and Block Parent, amongst a whole load of city and sister city flags. 
That is a very good find and exactly the type of primary source material we need for FotW.
Colin Dobson, 5 May 2010

I think it may be framed, instead, with the wide border being the frame. That leaves just a seal on a blanket, I fear.
Peter Hans van den Muijzenberg, 5 May 2010