Very recently, on 21 March the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) issued a directive that the Union Flag (otherwise known as the Union Jack) will be flown on UK Government buildings every day.
St Peter’s Church, although not technically a Government Building (is it?) will fly the Union Flag on days when other flags aren’t being flown.
Jeremy York, Tower Constable of St Peter’s explained to marlborough.news: “Following a recent change in the Government’s ruling on the flying of the Union Flag from public buildings, St Peter’s Church in Marlborough will from now on, starting on Easter Sunday, be flying the Union Flag as a matter of course when no other specific flag is being flown from the Tower. On those occasions when the Union Flag marks a particular event (e.g. The Queen’s Birthday or Commonwealth Day) no flag will normally be flown the preceding day”.
Attached is a full list of flags to be flown by day throughout the year – click below to download.