Diocese of Newcastle

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DIOCESE OF NEWCASTLE

Country : United Kingdom
Denomination : Anglican
Established : 1882

Arms (crest) of Diocese of Newcastle

Official blazon

  • (1949) Gules, a cross between four lions rampant Or; on a chief of the last three castles triple-towered of the first.
  • (<1949) Per fesse azure and gules, in chief a representation of the cross of St Cuthbert or, and in base three castles, two and one, argent.

Origin/meaning

The arms were officially granted on September 29, 1949.

The previous arms were not officially granted or recorded, but were in use/shown until 1949:

Arms (crest) of Diocese of Newcastle

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