Last modified: 2017-09-04 by rob raeside
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official drawing provided by Robert Midgley of the Organisation for the British Overseas Territories, 23 April 2017
There seems to be an unofficial flag of the Friends of British Overseas
Territories being used to some extent. You can see it at
http://fotbot.org/. It has also been uploaded
to Wikipedia at
anon, 23 April 2017
The Organization of the Friends of the British Overseas Territories (OFBOT) is a charitable organization which promotes and supports an increased awareness of the British Overseas Territories both in the United Kingdom and across the world. Their goal is to educate the public to the geography, conservation, protection and improvement of these British Overseas Territories. This includes sponsoring special educational visits of British youth to the British Overseas Territories.
The only physical existence of their flag is currently on their badges, which are worn by their members at their events and casually by members across the world. It is not an official flag for British overseas territories, but the winning result of a contest held to design a flag for the Friends of the British Overseas Territories organization.
Pictured here is the current drawing of what their flag will look like when manufactured, however, as previously stated, it still only exists on the pictured badge right now.
Pete Loeser, 12 August 2017