Sussex Day

Sussex Day is the county day for the historic county of Sussex in southern England and is celebrated on 16 June each year to celebrate the rich heritage and culture of Sussex. The event takes place on St Richard’s Day, the feast day of St Richard of Chichester, Sussex’s patron saint. Wikipedia

Read more about varies locations with Sussex: Chichester, West Sussex, UK, Brighton, East Sussex, UK, Selsey, West Sussex, UK, Worthing (Page to be added soon), Arundel, West Sussex, UK

The flag represents the whole of Sussex and is based on the traditional emblem of Sussex, six gold martlets on a blue field representing the six rapes of Sussex. … The Flag Institute manages and maintains the national flag registry of the United Kingdom, and therefore this is now the definitive County Flag of Sussex. sourced from Wikipedia

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Chichester
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