Exmoor – a moorland and national park in north Devon and Somerset – has just adopted a flag after a public competition.
Perhaps its time for its near neighbour, Dartmoor, to do the same?
Among other things, Dartmoor is famous for its bare granite-topped hills – Tors – and for its free-roaming Dartmoor ponies. Its rivers and streams include the sources of the River Dart, from which it takes its name.
My initial idea is to combine the green land with the grey of the granite and blue and white for the rivers, divided “enarched” to indicate Dartmoor’s hills, along with a Dartmoor pony in silouette:
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