Gold emblazoned with the name and the Pitcher Plant, emblematic of the Province.
- A cross in a field of crimson, symbolizing the Town itself;
- Two shamrocks in a field of gold representative of the Irish Heritage;
- The cross mounted on a hill or path of gold above the silver and blue symbolizing the fishing and heritage of life of Conception Bay;
- The hill of gold, the sliver and blue sea is bordered on each side by a field of green symbolizing the sides of the bay and the tree covered hills;
- Within the fields of green are two lions heads of crimson in squares of gold emblematic of the English heritage.
The meaning of the name, Holyrood, is quite apparent: it is the old English name for "Holy Cross" from the ancient Anglo Saxon word - Rod - meaning staff or cross: While on an English map, dated 1693, the name is given as Holly Rode. Like many other names in Newfoundland Holyrood breathes a high sense of religious fervour and faith.
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