By Kate Dennett For Mailonline
Published: 18:54 BST, 14 May 2021 | Updated: 08:11 BST, 15 May 2021
Scarborough has decided to fly the Union Flag above council-owned buildings every single day of the year.
Councillor Neil Heritage, leader of the Yorkshire Coast Independents Alliance, brought forward the motion to a Scarborough council meeting on Friday.
The Union Flag is set to fly over Scarborough Town Hall, Whitby Pavilion, Scarborough Spa and Filey's Evron Centre throughout the entire year, the Express reported.
Scarborough council has decided to fly the Union Flag on top of council-owned buildings, including Scarborough Spa (pictured), on every day of the year
The Union Flag is set to fly over Scarborough's council offices 'where appropriate' on every day of the year apart from St George's Day, Yorkshire Day and Armed Forces Day (stock image)
The flag will fly over the council offices 'where appropriate' on every day of the year apart from St George's Day, Yorkshire Day and Armed Forces Day, according to the council.
The motion had