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Geraint 
Posted: 15-Mar-2005, 04:51 PM
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Recently Devon has been getting in touch with its celtic roots. Dumnonia is being un-earthed. Devon has now got a flag to spearhead this feeling and there is a tartan designed on exmoor. I put this email to the celts out there to gather opinions. Some of the people of Devon have genealogy and history thus feel its their right to claim a flag. It represents the region and is good for business. However not all are happy with the move. The flags cross is represented by st Petroc an Irish saint who sailed to Cornwall but did most of his work in Devon. There is a place in Devon named after him (Petrockstowe) Please go to the general discussion board and post your opinion under celtic Devon, dont be shy! Is the move just??? or are the celts destined to fight with each other!!! or is Devon just a county of England! I find the history of this area fascinating. Any like minded people out there?

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