Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine: Arms, Crest and Badge. Garter, Clarenceux and Norroy and Ulster Kings of Arms. 30/1/2007. The Patent was presented to the Faculty by Norroy and Ulster King of Arms on 20 April 2007.

The Arms are blazoned Gules a Pall reversed Ermine between three Swords points upwards Argent hilts pommels quillons and each entwined by a Serpent Or. The Crest is On a Wreath Argent and Gules Issuing from a Circlet of alternate Fleurs de lys and Pomegranates a Serpent torqued erect Or holding in the mouth a Pair of Scales Or the dishes Argent. The Badge (not shown) is A Wheel Or surmounted by three Swords in pall reversed points outwards Argent hilts pommels quillons and each entwined by a Serpent Or.

College reference: Grants 172/139.

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University of Lincoln

A grant of Arms, Crest, Badge and Supporters was made to the University of Lincoln by Letters Patent of Garter, Clarenceux and Norroy and Ulster Kings of Arms dated 12 May 2011. The Letters Patent recite the history of the university leading up to its establishment in 2001. The Patent was presented to the university at a ceremony on 18 June 2011 by Peter O'Donoghue, Bluemantle Pursuivant, in the presence of the Lord Lieutenant for Lincolnshire, Mr Antony Worth, at the inaugural meeting of the university's Court. College reference: Grants 175/270. The blazon is as follows:

To hear a lecture delivered under this title in March 2012 by Dr Adrian Ailes of The National Archives, see here.

New Appointments

28 November 2012

By letters patent dated 31 May 2012, HM The Queen has been pleased to appoint Michael Peter Desmond O'Donoghue, Bluemantle Pursuivant of Arms, to the post of York Herald of Arms.

Arms of Bonnington Group PlcBonnington Group Plc: a grant of Arms, Crest, Badge and Supporters was made to this long-established company of hoteliers by Letters Patent of Garter, Clarenceux and Norroy and Ulster Kings of Arms dated 1 October 2007. The patent recites the history of the company from its incorporation and acquisition in 1909 of The Bonnington Hotel in London. College reference: Grants 172/343.

The Arms are blazoned: Azure on a Pall reversed between in chief two Fire-steels palewise the striking edges inwards that to the sinister reversed Or a Pall reversed Gules.

Crest: Upon a Helm with a Wreath Or and Gules An Elephant statant Gules holding in the trunk a Torch Or enflamed proper.

Badge: A Torch Azure enflamed proper between two Fire-steels palewise the striking edges inwards that to the sinister reversed Or.

Supporters: To the dexter a Badger and to the sinister a Beaver Or each holding in the interior forefoot a Torch Azure enflamed proper.
Motto: SEMPER ACCEPTUS

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