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Apprentice Boys of Derry

The Associated Clubs of the

By abodadmin, Feb 13 2018 03:39PM

The Annual Easter Monday Demonstration 2018 will be hosted by Ballymena & District

Amalgamated Committee on Monday 2 nd April 2018 in Antrim Town. All Amalgamated

Committees, Parent and Branch Clubs are earnestly requested to adhere to the arrangements

as presented below.


Brethren will assemble at Antrim Protestant Hall and proceed at 10.30am to Service of

Remembrance at the War Memorial, conducted by Brother Nigel Owens, President Cromkill

Campsie Club.

On conclusion of the Service the parade will reform and proceed through Castle Gates to the forum playing fields, where the main procession will assemble.

Assembly of Main Parade

On arrival at the Antrim Forum, Amalgamated Committees, Parent and Branch Clubs should

position their Clubs and Bands at the information pegs assigned to them.

The main parade will commence at 12.30pm Sharp.


Lough Road, Clotworthy Bridge, Clotworthy House, Randalstown Road, Chapel Corner,

Dublin Road, Market Square, High Street, Railway Street, Castle Way, Fountain Street, Fountain Hill.

By abodadmin, Feb 5 2018 02:12PM

The Siege Museum have produced a new Armistice Centenary Jewel. There has been a total of 300 produced.

Priced at £20. Should you wish to place an order please contact info@thesiegemuseum.org. Payment can be accepted via BACS, PayPal, Cheque or debit card. Postage & packaging is a cost of £3.

By abodadmin, Nov 15 2017 11:00AM

The Association’s Annual Remembrance Parade and Service was held on Saturday 11th November at 12.00pm at Belfast City Hall Cenotaph. The parade commenced from Donegall Pass with a large number of Brethren taking part at 11.30am being led by the Churchill Flute Band, General Committee Colour Party and Officers and the Whiterock Flute Band.

The Lt Governor Bro Graeme Stenhouse laid the wreath on behalf of the Associated Clubs Apprentice Boys of Derry. This was followed by wreaths on behalf of various Amalgamated Committees and Branch Clubs. Bro Rev Alan Smylie conducted the service with musical accompaniment from Symington Memorial Silver Band. On conclusion of the service, the parade made its way through the centre of Belfast to the Shankill Garden of Remembrance where a wreath was laid on behalf of the Association by the Lt Governor.