Carterton's Badge of Office
The Town's Badge of Office is designed to record local outstanding features - the round red shield is the local tomato around which the green circle represents the surrounding countryside. The four bars are the Crossroads from which the town radiates, with the Eagle of St. John, the Patron Saint of Carterton Church, in the centre.
The quarter sections of the Town's Badge of Office represent:
The Badge of Office worn by the Town Major was bought by voluntary donations provided by local associations and individuals and by parish monies. It was presented to Carterton and Black Bourton Parish Council in April 1971.
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