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Gules six Martlets three two one in chief a Saxon Crown Or.
Granted 10th September Argent a Cross Gules between in the first quarter an Antique Crown of the last in the second a Sprig of Hop and in the third a Sprig of Oak both leaved and fructed proper and in the fourth a Sword erect of the second hilt and pomel Or on a Chief per pale Gules and Azure a demi Lion passant guardant Gold conjoined with the Stern of a Ship of the field.
Granted 20th April The red cross, crown and sword are derived from the arms of Battle Abbey, the last two probably referring to William the Conqueror at whose command the Abbey was founded.
The sprig of hops is indicative of that local industry and the sprig of oak with acorn represents the Weald of Sussex. The gold lion joined with a silver ship, from the arms of the Cinque Ports, alludes to the fact that present-day Winchelsea is within the Battle Rural District and also that it also borders both Rye and Hastings.
Ermine a Cross double parted and fretted Gules between in the first quarter a Mitre and in the second a demi Lion passant guardant conjoined to the demi Hulk of a Ship both Or in the third an Estoile Sable and in the fourth a Mallard proper on a Chief Argent above Waves of the Sea a demi Sun in Splendour issuing from the upper part of the centre of the chief also proper all within a Bordure Azure charged with eight Martlets of the third.
Granted 21st January The gold lion joined to the stern of a silver ship, from the arms of the Cinque Ports, refers to the Liberty of the Sluice, a hamlet of Bexhill and a minor limb of Hastings. The mallard is from the arms of the first Earl Brassey, Mayor of BexhillWarden of the Cinque Portsand who presented to the Corporation a mayoral chain of office.
The sun and sea stand for Bexhill's character as a health resort. The crest shows one of the many towers built along this coast in preparation for Napoleon's expected invasion. Argent, two dolphins naiant sable, a bordure azure charged with six martlets Or.
On a wreath of the colours, Two dolphins in saltire, heads downwards, sable between as many branches of coral gules. The two dolphins have a lengthy history in Brighton, but their exact origin is not known. The commissioners of Brighton, who were the local governing body in the first half of the 19th Century, used two dolphins as their seal.
Around the two leading families were Scrase and Lashmar. The Scrase family were represented amongst the commissioners and associated with the Manor of Brighton.
One of the Lashmar's family members was the High Constable in Both of these families had dolphins on their family coat of arms. It is not clear whether the dolphins were added because of the town's proximity to the sea or because of the strong influence of these two families, either way dolphins are appropriate to a town which has always depended upon the sea for its prosperity, originally a fishing village and now as a famous seaside resort.
The martlets are from the arms of Sussex. The crest repeats the two dolphins, together with two branches of coral, a reference to the sea and the local climate. Per chevron the chief per pale Or and Gules on the dexter a Saltire Azure surmounted by another Argent and on the sinister two Pairs of Leg-Irons one chevronwise the other reversed and interlaced of the first the base chequy Azure and Or three Martlets one and two of the last all within a Bordure Ermine charged with six Martlets also Or.
Granted 16th December The emblems denote that Hove, when it received its Boyal Charter, was composed of the parishes of Hove and Aldrington and is situated in the Rape of Lewes in the County of Sussex. The original Parish Church of Hove was dedicated to St.
Andrew and the first quarter of the shield shows St. Andrew's cross on a field of gold.
The second shows prisoners' shackles on a red field. Leonard is the Patron Saint of all prisoners, captives and slaves and also of the Parish Church of Aldrington. The gold and blue checkered base of the shield is taken from the arms of the de Warrene family and here represents the Rape of Lewes.
The three martlets thereon are from the device used by the Town before it obtained arms. The six martlets are charged on the ermine bordure, being emblems of Sussex.
The ship, which is ashore on a shingle beach, represents a 16th century French galley and commemorates French attacks on the coast of Hove. The motto was previously used by the Hove Commissioners when they commenced their duties in Argent on a Field in base Vert an Oak Tree fructed and leaved proper between two Martlets respectant in fesse Azure all within a Bordure gobony of the first and last.
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