WHEN it was up it was up.
Then when it was down it was down.
And now it's back up again!
The St George's Cross is proudly flying at Acre Mills in Lindley again - just weeks after hospital bosses ordered another England flag to be taken down.
Hospital bosses said there had been complaints about the 10ft x 6ft flag.
The giant flag with the St George's Cross and the England name had fluttered briefly on a tower at the NHS-owned Acre Mills, opposite Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.
A patriotic employee is thought to have put it there without permission.
But it was lowered after hospital managers said there had been complaints.
They added that it was `inappropriate' because it was neither the Union Flag nor the official England flag.
Now an official St George's flag is flying proudly.
And it's made local councillor Tony Brice a happy man.
He was inundated with complaints by people his Lindley ward.
Clr Brice said today: "People were very concerned and annoyed. I'm pleased someone has seen sense."
A spokesman for the Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust said: "This is an appropriate flag of Saint George to fly on a public building."