Constitution for the
Order of the Arch
  1. There shall exist in the Barony of Caer Galen an award known, subject to the approval of the College of Arms, as the Order of the Arch, which may be given by the coronet, subject to the pleasure of the Crown, to those persons who have given outstanding service to the Barony, above and beyond that service normally expected of subjects of the Crown.
  2. The holders of this award shall be styled as Builders of the Arch, and shall be entitled to place the letters B.A. after their names.
  3. The insignia of the order shall consist of a medallion or other rendition bearing the registered badge of the Order:  Fieldless, Two goats salient respectant conjoined at the forehooves sable.
  4. Arms and precedence:
    1. The award shall carry with it, subject to the pleasure of the Crown, an Award of Arms. Companions of the order shall take precedence after principality orders but before a simple Award of Arms.
    2. If the award is given to a person who bears an award carrying higher precedence than given above, his/her precedence shall remain unchanged.
    3. If the award is given to a person who has previously received an Award of Arms, his/her precedence shall date from his/her election to the order.
  5. Amendments to this constitution shall be made by the Coronet of Caer Galen after due consultation with the Crown.
  6. The companionship of all previous recipients of the Order is hereby confirmed.

Done by Our hands this 18th day of April, A.S. XLIX, being 2015 in the Common Era.

Matilda, Baroness Anne, Baroness
Hrothgar, King Ingridr Queen
Randal Carrick, White Stag Principal Herald