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IT ONCE flew proudly in the streets of a Hampshire market town.Now an important Victorian flag is to again be flown in Romsey following an absence of more than a century.The flag of the Romsey Volunteer Militia, as reformed in December 1859, will be displayed in the town’s King John’s House and Museum.The group was formed when there was unease about French intentions and also intermittent civil unrest.Lorraine Milford submitted this picture of the storm as it appeared in Oakley.Sarah Aubrey said her son took this picture from their house in Winchester Road.She also made contact with Rachel Rhodes, a specialist textile conservator, who guided another team of willing sewers who worked hard on stabilising the flag.
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The webbing close to the pole has the word ‘Slater’ written on it in ink.
This is the name of Sergeant Slater, an enthusiastic member of the Militia, and presumably custodian of the flag.
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