September 20, 2021

The Royal Black Institution says last week’s parade was a “huge success”.

Low Order Flag Day usually includes large demonstrations at six locations in Northern Ireland.

This year, however, Coved is still in circulation, with the institution holding a “Local List Saturday” parade, which includes district-level events.

A total of approximately 17,000 members of the institution took part in 28 separate demonstrations – including Larne and Baleclair.

During the Ulster Grenadiers Parade in Carrefourgis at the Royal Black Institution’s annual parade last week in Belfast City Center. Photo: Philip Maguwan / Press Eye.

About 350 350 principles, mostly with bands, brought colorful parades of music, pagodas and beautiful banners to various cities, towns and villages across the province.

Hosts of the “Local List Sunday” Parade include Lesbourne, Balimina, Antrim, Lauren, Balimoni, Baliclair, Cilicia, Lofgal, Belfast, Domor, Kloof, Newry, Balihanch, Banbridge, Rath Freeland, Kilkel, Cumber, New Town Guards were involved. Bangor, Coleron, Lemoudi, Desert Martin, Dungan, Agnaklove, Cookstown, and Castle Derg.

Sovereign Grandmaster Rev. William Anderson, who was on the parade with fellow Sir Knights in Desert Martin, said it was a successful day.

“The Royal Black Institution has once again celebrated a very happy day for our members, their families and supporters,” he said.

During the Ulster Grenadiers Parade in Carrefourgis at the Royal Black Institution’s annual parade last week in Belfast City Center. Photo: Philip Maguwan / Press Eye.

“Last year, our traditional last weekend demonstrations were canceled due to the quaid, but we managed to celebrate the day by laying a wreath.

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“Of course, we would love to return to hosting six major demonstrations again this year, but we thought it was more responsible.

Organize a district parade.

“People seem to have responded very well, people are enjoying the last week near home, and the day has been a good one.

Great success that is good for the future of the organization.

“After 18 months of epidemics, the institution has proven today that it is as strong and dynamic as ever, and we greatly appreciate it.

Each of the 28 parades in Northern Ireland showed our support and love from the public. And God willing, we will be able to make a full return to our traditional ‘Last Week’ parade in 2022.

A brief religious service was held at each parade this past weekend.

“It was great to meet fellow Knights and worship God Almighty,” said Rev. Anderson. We thank God for all the brave health workers who have worked so hard to take care of us and launch the vaccine. “

Parade participants and supporters also had the opportunity to celebrate Northern Ireland’s 100th anniversary.

In each parade, resolutions were passed by the Knights on faith, loyalty and the Constitution, calling for their removal.

Northern Ireland Protocol

“We want to remain in the UK and our citizenship as such is not open to negotiations nor can it be used as a bargaining chip by its government or any external power,” the resolution said. “

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