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WREXHAM RURAL DISTRICT COUNCIL
Arms: Vert, two croziers in saltire Or between in pale two bull's heads caboshed proper and in fesse as many lozenged of the second both charged with a lozenge sable.
Crest: On a wreath of the colours, In front of an oak tree proper, fructed Or, a dragon passant resting the dexter claw on an escutcheon gules, masoned argent.
Motto: Suum cuique tribuere
The arms were officially granted on December 1, 1948
The crosiers, which also appear in the arms of the Borough of Wrexham, refer to Valle Crucis Abbey and to grazing land in the district. The bulls' heads represent stock raising, and the black and gold lozenges symbolize coal mining and mineral wealth.
The dragon is the Welsh national emblem, it stands in front of a oak-tree alluding to forestry, and supports a shield bearing an heraldic representation of a brick wall referring to brick-making.
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