In use since at least 2007
Blazon: Per fess in base azure and gules, two hands conjoined in fess, holding a sword palewise argent between in the dexter a pine tree and in the sinister a dragon’s head or, langued of the second
In use since at least 1991
Blazon: Vert a city wall with two towers argent, windowed and ported gules, on each tower a stag passant towards the interior proper; in chief a castle triple-towered of the second, windowed gules, on each exterior tower an eagle combatant, wings displayed and inverted sable
From The Blazon of Gentrie by Sir John Ferne (1586) p233
Blazon: Or on a bend sable three butterflies argent
Ferne calls these canting arms on the grounds that the term “summer’s bird” refers to butterflies, but I cannot verify this.