Apprentice Boys Annual Remembrance Parade

Wednesday 17 Nov 2021

The Apprentice Boys of Derry Association held their annual Remembrance Parade and Wreath laying service to Belfast City Hall Cenotaph on Saturday 13th November. There was an exceptionally large attendance by brethren from across Northern Ireland, Scotland and England for this special Occassion.

The service was conducted by Chaplain, Brother Rev Alan Smylie with music provided by Ballymacarrett Flute Band accompanied by a bugler and piper. The Apprentice Boys Governor, Brother Graeme Stenhouse led the wreath laying accompanied by senior Officers of the Association. This is a solemn occasion when the membership comes together to remember those who made the supreme sacrifice for their country.

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