WATCH: Flying proudly over North Wales

IF YOU have passed through a certain part of Flintshire recently then you may have spotted what is believed to be the UK’s biggest Wales flag waving proudly in the wind. Qatar 2022 now awaits Rob Page’s side and one part of Flintshire is certainly doing its bit to support Wales ahead of that tournament which kicks off in late November. Read more: North Wales teenager living with cerebral palsy met Wales squad after historic World Cup qualification

Sealand-based Dandy’s Topsoil, based right on the border between Wales and England, is the proud owner of the enormous Welsh flag. CEO of the company, Adam Dandy, said: “We were disappointed with only having a tiny welcome to Wales sign on the road and after the Welsh lockdown ended, we thought that we should welcome the visitors back to Wales with the biggest flown flag in the country!

? well done @wales @FAWales @Cymru ? #WorldCup2022 #wales #Cymru @JackSargeantAM @welshfootball_ ? @DandysTopsoil @Farralls_Tspt

— Adam Dandy (@AdamDandy) June 7, 2022

“It is 55ft in length and bigger than a double decker bus!” Dandy’s is a family business established in 1826 and its brand ambassador is former Premier League footballer Dion Dublin.

Adam added that Wales’ qualification to their first World Cup since 1958 was the inspiration for hoisting the flag up the pole. North Wales Chronicle: PIC: How the flag looks next to your average Dandy’s truck.

He said: “We recently had a large Ukrainian flag up to welcome the refugees coming over to stay locally.

“But, after Wales’ success in gaining a place at the World Cup, we hoisted the huge flag back up.”