3: Sandeshend, Shire of -New Branch Name & New Device
Or, above a ford proper, an Alberta Pincushion Cactus proper, surrounded by a wreath vert
Meaning (Sand or desert) most important.
Name Documentation and Consultation Notes (attach additional sheets and documentation as needed.)
Sandeshende dated to 13th & 14th centuries in Watts s.n. Sandsend
Although Sandsend has a wikipedia page (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandsend ) but not listed in
NPN4.D.1 states that "Entities that we protect include places (countries, regions, and cities)" and this is a small village. Further to that this section also states that "Entities that are not important enough to have an entry in a standard print encyclopedia, such as the Encyclopedia Britannica or an equivalent non-English encyclopedia, are not important enough to protect". Since there is no entry in Britannica.com for Sandsend we believe that there is no presumption here for the small village. Sandsend is part of the civil parish of Lythe which is the lowest tier of local government in England. So it's even smaller the the local government tier.
Closest conflict found during consulting Woods End, Canton of This branch-name was registered in June of 2020 (via the Middle). Should be clear due to substantial single sylabell differnce "Woods" vs "Sands" both in look and sound.
Petition from group is to be attached.