St Georges Day today based on the link to Jordan

One of my contacts on Twitter, Helen published this image a few hours ago and it is a great image and so I was intrigued to understand why a Jordan flag was shown. I checked out a few images and came across on facebook the section related to Jordan which reflects the visit to Jordan’s Nation by King Charles III a few weeks ago. The section below is from Facebook on this section and it states that “St George, the patron saint of England wasn’t English and he never visited England!” so that makes sense given that most of our agencies are focusing on the English Flag. Here is the piece that was created by the Government!

Happy #StGeorgesDay to everyone celebrating in England, Jordan and across the world.

Did you know?

St George, the patron saint of England wasn’t English and he never visited England!

Learn more and English Heritage



Many thanks for sharing your information Helen. I very much appreciate her pieces and here is her reference in twitter

Socialist. Citizen not subject . #ExLabour #peaceandjustice #Unite #PAL “Cheerleader of the last attempt” Starmer made me “dangerous”

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I am passionate about the need for public policies to be made accessible to everyone, especially those who want to improve the wellbeing of their communities. I am particularly interested in issues related to crime and policing as well as health services and strategic planning.
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