The Crawley News had a nice little report about the possibility of changing the Borough Council’s logo. A local historian has suggested the shield from the original Crest given to Crawley New Town back in 1957.
In the article, the News claims:
But the sheild, decorated acorns and crows, was abandoned in 1974 and has not been used since
This was on page 21.
On Page 22 is a picture of the Mayor, Sally Blake, presenting a mouse mat to a young child who had some good ideas on litter. The mouse mat is emblazoned with Crawley’s full coat of arms…
In case the News hadn’t noticed, the full coat of arms is also present in very large form hanging on the back wall of the Council Chamber. All mayoral letters are headed with it.
Oops, these local papers certainly know their subject, don’t they?
[edit – Seems that they do. They wrote to let me know that the original version of this article had the Mayor’s name as ‘Sally Green’. Cheers!]