Annual Easter Monday Parade

Friday 09 Apr 2021

Belfast & District Amalgamated Committee were due to host on behalf of General Committee the Annual Easter Monday Parade  in Northern Irelands capital city, Belfast to celebrate the Centenary of Northern Ireland. Sadly, as we all know that due to Covid-19 restrictions no public demonstrations could take place. The Belfast Brethren however marked the occasion by laying a wreath at the Belfast City Hall Cenotaph as would have happened if the Centenary Parade had taken place.

Photographs show Belfast Chairman, Bro John Wilson and Lieutenant Governor, Bro Worthington McGrath laying the wreath. 

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