At the time of re-organisation a new standard was designed and the old standards of Flintshire and Denbighshire were laid up in Wrexham Parish Church and St Asaph Cathedral respectivley.
Length: 2.30 m (7’6”) in the middle
2.38 (7′ 9½”) at the upper and lower ends of the fly
Width at hoist: 68cms (27”) tapering to 30cms (11”) at the upper and lower ends of the fly or 52cms (20”) at the right angle to the middle point of the length of fly
Charges: At the hoist Azure a World Trefoil Or
The fly divided per fess Argent and Vert (White and Green were the livery colours of the Tudor Sovereigns and are used in the flag of Wales. Green here represents the outdoor aspect of Guiding).
Dexter a Dragon passant Gules armed and langued Azure
Sinister on a lozenge Argent bordure Gules (for a female organisation)
A Chough close Sable beaked and legged Gules above a Lion rampant Sable armed and langued Gules.
The Monument on Moel Fammau proper representing the old boundary between the counties of Flintshire and Denbighshire and also the highest point for the highest ideals of Guiding.
Pikestaff: Embossed, double sided brass trefoil (with GG included)
The pole was given in memory of Mrs Mather, past President for Flintshire and Deputy President for Clwyd.
Motto Bands: Or bordered Azure bearing the motto of the Girlguding Azure ‘BE PREPARED’, on reverse side of flag bearing the motto in Welsh ‘BYDDWCH BAROD’.
Edging: All Bordered in Or and Azure the livery colours of the Girl Guide Association
Edging 2cms (1”) deep in Or and Azure
Note: The Chough is from the original coat of Arms of Flintshire, taken in turn from the Arms of Edwin of Tegeingl. The Lion of the Princes of Powys Fadog is taken from the old Arms of Denbighshire.
Standard designed by: Mrs Gwynne Harvey
Materials: Supplied by Mrs Spittle for £48.88
Needlework carried out by: Mrs G. Harvey
Miss Gaynor Thomas
Miss J. Restall
Mrs E.M. Billison
Mrs P. Royston
Mrs G. Houghton
Miss D. Spittle
The Standard was dedicated on: Sunday 5th September 1982
By The Bishop of St. Asaph
At St Asaph Cathedral