Brethren gather for annual Glengormley ‘Mini Twelfth’ demonstration

Members of Carnmoney District LOL 25 staged their annual ‘Mini 12th’ parade and arch opening ceremony in Glengormley on Wednesday, July 7.

Friday, 9th July 2021, 11:10 am

The arch in the Antrim Road area was officially opened by Macedon Ulster Unionist Part Councillor Robert Foster.

Brethren were joined by five Newtownabbey-based flute bands and Lambeg drummers for the demonstration, which commenced in the Glenvarna Drive area.

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Members of Carnmoney District LOL 25 staged their 'Mini 12th' parade and arch opening ceremony in Glengormley on Wednesday, July 7.
Members of Carnmoney District LOL 25 staged their 'Mini 12th' parade and arch opening ceremony in Glengormley on Wednesday, July 7.

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Members of Roughfort LOL 1070 on parade.
Cllr Robert Foster and Worshipful District Master of Carnmoney District, Albert Steele.
Lambeg drummers on July 7.
Young Citizen Volunteers Flute Band Monkstown..