Green Flag


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Green Flag

n
(Environmental Science) an award given to a bathing beach that meets EU standards of cleanliness
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This man held his hat in one hand and a little green flag in the other: whenever he waved the flag the procession advanced a little nearer, when he dipped it they sidled a little farther off, and whenever he waved his hat they all raised a hoarse cheer.
And often when poor Flutter longed to be dancing once again over the blue waves, the Fairy bore him in his arms to the lake, and on a broad leaf, with a green flag for a sail, they floated on the still water; while the dragon-fly's companions flew about them, playing merry games.
Centre Park, Castle Vale has also been re-awarded the green flag after winning for the first time last year.
When the green flag waived on Lap 2, the cars were bunched very closely together heading into Turn 1.
REVVED UP has teamed up with Green Flag to offer one lucky reader the chance of winning a pair of VIP tickets to the penultimate round of the British Touring Car Championship.
In a little over a week, around 30 cars competing in this year's rejunenated Green Flag MSA British Touring Car Championship roar into Knockhill to treat Scottish motor racing fans to a weekend of non-stop track action.
Noth will participate in pre-race activities, including the waving of the green flag to signal the start of the race.
A PARK in Llanberis, run by Gwynedd Council, has secured green flag status.
As well as receiving a heritage award, Stanley Park has also retained its green flag, while Sefton Park retained both its green flag and heritage awards.
Green flag awards were gained by Morgan Jones Park, Caerphilly, Wern Park, Nelson, Waunfawr Park, Crosskeys, Cwm Darren Park, Deri, and The Forest Drive, Cwmcarn.
The park is among a recordbreaking 1,447 parks and green spaces that have been awarded a prestigious Green Flag Award.