Arms of Tendring District Council, England

Tendring

Granted 1975

Blazon: Azure on a fess between two chevrons argent a mural crown gules all between two flaunches of the second each charged with as many bars wavy of the field surmounted by a seaxe point in chief proper

Crest: On a wreath of the colors an ancient ship gules flying flags and pennon of St. George, charged on the hull with three escallops and pendant from the yardam by chains a portcullis or nailed and spiked azure

Mantling: Argent lined azure

Motto: Pro bono ominum (For the good of all)

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Arms of Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council, England

Granted 1976

Blazon: Vert a trident palewise issuant from the base, pendant therefrom by the strings a hunting-horn or, between two flaunches argent each charged with as many bars wavy azure

Crest: On a wreath of the colors within a crown palisade or upon a red sandstone rock between two sprigs of bog myrtle, an oystercatcher rising, wings elevated and addorsed, all proper

Mantling: Vert lined or

Supporters: On the dexter a lion rampant gules gorged with a collar dancetty of two points downward argent; on the sinister, a lion rampant of the last gorged with a like collar of the first, both holding in the interior forepaw a croizer head outward or

Motto: By faith and foresight

Arms of Fylde Borough Council, England

Granted 1974 (?)

Blazon: Vert a windmill or between two flaunches barry wavy argent and azure

Crest: On a wreath or and vert a dexter arm in armor, the hand gauntled proper and grasping three roses gules, barbed, seeded, and conjoined on one stem with three leaves also proper, all surmounted by as many molets of five points gules

Supporters: On the dexter a lion argent gorged with a wreath of the first and azure, pendant therefrom a hexagon of the last charged with a cross flory of the first; on the sinister a lion or gorged with a wreath of the last and azure, pendant therefrom a hexagon of the last charged with a dove volant, the dexter wing inverted and holding in the beak an olive branch of the third

Mantling: Vert lined or

Motto: Gaudeat ager (“Let the field be joyful”)

 

Plate VI of Scottish Heraldry Made Easy; geometric objects, human figures, and beasts Blazons: 1. Argent three lozenges gules 2. Argent a fusil fesswise between three molets pierced azure 3. Azure three mascles or 4. Or a rustre sable 5. Sable … Continue reading