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Fareham's Crest or Coat of Arms

Fareham's Coat of Arms offer a fascinating insight into the town's rich history.

They were granted to Fareham by Earl Marshal's warrant which was dated 27 January 1947. The Grant by the College of Heralds was dated 15 July 1947.

The detail within the Arms is explained below:

Replicas of the Arms were produced and presented to the Borough Council by the Royal Naval Air Yard, Fleetlands and are to be seen in the Council Chamber and the ground floor reception area in the Civic Offices, Fareham.

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