When I published a picture of a crane over the Unity Inn one commentator said
how about a closer shot of the pub sign. It looks interesting and we'd all like to see their interpretation of Unity.So, as I promised, here it is.
The sign depicts a rose, a daffodil and a thistle to signify the Union of England, Wales & Scotland. The rose is both a white rose and a red rose thus representing Yorkshire and Lancashire (remember Hyde is in Cheshire).
My other ABC-Wednesday U posts this week are ~~ Uplands Farm at Old Hyde ~~ Ulriken at Ackworth born, gone West ~~ Under the Pier at Sithenah
To visit more ABC-Wednesday U posts go to Mrs. Nesbitt's Place.