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The flag of Bromham village can be seen on this photo: http://www.bromham.org.uk, from the official website: http://www.bromham.org.uk/post/2009/06/10/Bromham-Flag.aspx.
The flag is quartered, the upper hoist the cross of St. George, upper fly
dark blue, lower hoist red, lower fly white. Over all, centred a tufted owl
sitting on a leafed branch. A photography of manufactured flag can be seen
http://www.bromham.org.uk), where the owl and branch differ in detail.
About Bromham from Wikipedia:
"Bromham is a medium-sized village and civil parish in the English county of Wiltshire. Besides the main village of Bromham, there are five other settlements in the parish. These are St Edith's Marsh, Westbrook, Hawkstreet, Netherstreet and Chittoe. These are essentially small villages and hamlets all within 2.5 miles (4 km) of the main village centre, thus 'greater Bromham' is geographically very extensive. The village is situated 4 miles (6.5 km) northwest of Devizes and 4 miles east of Melksham."
Aleksandar Nemet, 23 September 2009