30 June 2014

Upcoming Parade: Annual Boyne Anniversary Service


Upcoming Parade and Church Service

Annual Boyne Anniversary Service
Sunday 6th July 2014

Assemble Hopewell Avenue @ 2.15 for 2.30pm depart

Service in St.Michael's Parish Church, Craven St. @ 3.15 pm

All brethren are requested to attend.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN

23 June 2014

Upcoming Parade: Annual Somme Anniversary Service


Upcoming Parade and Church Service

Annual Somme Anniversary Service
Sunday 29th June 2014

Assemble Hopewell Avenue @ 2.15 for 2.30pm depart

Service in St.Mary Magdalene Parish Church, Donegall Pass @ 3.30

All brethren are requested to attend.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN

16 June 2014

Upcoming Parade: Belfast Orange Hall United Districts Parade


Upcoming Parade

Belfast Orange Hall United Districts Parade
Friday 20th June 2014

Assemble Hopewell Avenue @ 7 for 7.30pm depart

All brethren are requested to attend.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN

Upcoming Parade: Annual Whiterock LOL Parade


Upcoming Parade

Annual Whiterock LOL Parade
Saturday 28th June 2014

Assemble Glenwood Street @ 1.45 for 2.15pm depart

All brethren are requested to attend.

GOD SAVE THE QUEEN

06 June 2014

GRAND LODGE RESPONDS TO LIGONIEL DETERMINATION

Responding to the Parades Commission’s decision preventing Ligoniel Orangemen from completing last year’s Twelfth of July parade in north Belfast:

A Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland spokesman said:

“The latest Twaddell initiative was a genuine and sincere attempt to resolve this longstanding issue, and reach an equitable solution allowing our Ligoniel brethren to complete their Twelfth parade. 
Six minutes is all it will take for the Ligoniel lodges and accompanying bands to process peacefully along the main arterial route of the Crumlin Road. It is therefore hugely disappointing, despite numerous overtures and indeed dialogue with Ardoyne residents, that the Parades Commission chooses to blatantly ignore the concept of shared space in north Belfast and has bowed once again to the threat of republican violence. 
Despite this setback, the Orange family and our Unionist partners involved in the Civil Rights Camp remain determined to resolve this issue.”