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Monday 24 November 2014

Apprentice Boys Easter parade, Belfast: In pictures

The Annual Easter Apprentice Boys' Parade made its way from Belmont Road where an act of Remembrance took place to Ormeau Embankment.Alisha Burke and Olivia Colville both aged 2
The Annual Easter Apprentice Boys' Parade made its way from Belmont Road where an act of Remembrance took place to Ormeau Embankment. Alisha Burke and Olivia Colville both aged 2
The Annual Easter Apprentice Boys' Parade made its way from Belmont Road where an act of Remembrance took place to Ormeau Embankment.
The Easter Monday Apprentice Boys parade took place in east Belfast. After an act of remembrance at the Belmont Road memorial, 3,000 members from 70 branches, accompanied by 50 bands, marched from Tommy Patton Fields to Ormeau Embankment through the City. Pictured at the parade Bobbie and Thomas Crowe from Holywood. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
The Annual Easter Apprentice Boys' Parade made its way from Belmont Road where an act of Remembrance took place to Ormeau Embankment. Darcey Calderwood, aged 8
The Annual Easter Apprentice Boys' Parade made its way from Belmont Road where an act of Remembrance took place to Ormeau Embankment. The parade makes its way up Templemore Avenue.
The Annual Easter Apprentice Boys' Parade made its way from Belmont Road where an act of Remembrance took place to Ormeau Embankment.
The Annual Easter Apprentice Boys' Parade made its way from Belmont Road where an act of Remembrance took place to Ormeau Embankment.
The Annual Easter Apprentice Boys' Parade made its way from Belmont Road where an act of Remembrance took place to Ormeau Embankment. The Parade makes its way up Templemore Avenue.
The Annual Easter Apprentice Boys' Parade made its way from Belmont Road where an act of Remembrance took place to Ormeau Embankment.The Parade makes its way up Templemore Avenue.
The Annual Easter Apprentice Boys' Parade made its way from Belmont Road where an act of Remembrance took place to Ormeau Embankment. A stall in Templemore Avenue selling bunting
The Annual Easter Apprentice Boys' Parade made its way from Belmont Road where an act of Remembrance took place to Ormeau Embankment. Carter Ramsey aged 6
The Annual Easter Apprentice Boys' Parade made its way from Belmont Road where an act of Remembrance took place to Ormeau Embankment. Elizabeth Blair supporting the parade
The Annual Easter Apprentice Boys' Parade made its way from Belmont Road where an act of Remembrance took place to Ormeau Embankment. A man selling flags from a trolley makes his way up Templemore Avenue.
Supporters applaud as members of the Apprentice Boys of Derry and band walk past the Nationalist Ardoyne during on the way to their Easter Monday parade. William Cherry/Presseye
The Easter Monday Apprentice Boys parade took place in east Belfast. After an act of remembrance at the Belmont Road memorial, 3,000 members from 70 branches, accompanied by 50 bands, marched from Tommy Patton Fields to Ormeau Embankment through the City. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
The Easter Monday Apprentice Boys parade took place in east Belfast. After an act of remembrance at the Belmont Road memorial, 3,000 members from 70 branches, accompanied by 50 bands, marched from Tommy Patton Fields to Ormeau Embankment through the City. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
The Easter Monday Apprentice Boys parade took place in east Belfast. After an act of remembrance at the Belmont Road memorial, 3,000 members from 70 branches, accompanied by 50 bands, marched from Tommy Patton Fields to Ormeau Embankment through the City. Pictured at the parade Lucia Mullan from Dondonald. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
The Annual Easter Apprentice Boys' Parade made its way from Belmont Road where an act of Remembrance took place to Ormeau Embankment.
The Annual Easter Apprentice Boys' Parade made its way from Belmont Road where an act of Remembrance took place to Ormeau Embankment.
The Annual Easter Apprentice Boys' Parade made its way from Belmont Road where an act of Remembrance took place to Ormeau Embankment.
A small Apprentice Boys flute band of around 40-50 people makes its way up Donegal street in Belfast. Mark Marlow/Pacemaker
A small Apprentice Boys flute band of around 40-50 people makes its way up Donegal street in Belfast. Mark Marlow/Pacemaker
The Easter Monday Apprentice Boys parade took place in east Belfast. After an act of remembrance at the Belmont Road memorial, 3,000 members from 70 branches, accompanied by 50 bands, marched from Tommy Patton Fields to Ormeau Embankment through the City. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
The Easter Monday Apprentice Boys parade took place in east Belfast. After an act of remembrance at the Belmont Road memorial, 3,000 members from 70 branches, accompanied by 50 bands, marched from Tommy Patton Fields to Ormeau Embankment through the City. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
The Easter Monday Apprentice Boys parade took place in east Belfast. After an act of remembrance at the Belmont Road memorial, 3,000 members from 70 branches, accompanied by 50 bands, marched from Tommy Patton Fields to Ormeau Embankment through the City. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
A small Apprentice Boys flute band of around 40-50 people makes its way up Donegal street in Belfast. Mark Marlow/Pacemaker
A small Apprentice Boys flute band of around 40-50 people makes its way up Donegal street in Belfast. Mark Marlow/Pacemaker
A small Apprentice Boys flute band of around 40-50 people makes its way up Donegal street in Belfast. Mark Marlow/Pacemaker
A small Apprentice Boys flute band of around 40-50 people makes its way up Donegal street in Belfast. Mark Marlow/Pacemaker
A small Apprentice Boys flute band of around 40-50 people makes its way up Donegal street in Belfast. Mark Marlow/Pacemaker
The Easter Monday Apprentice Boys parade took place in east Belfast. After an act of remembrance at the Belmont Road memorial, 3,000 members from 70 branches, accompanied by 50 bands, marched from Tommy Patton Fields to Ormeau Embankment through the City. Picture By: Arthur Allison.
Supporters applaud as members of the Apprentice Boys of Derry and band walk past the Nationalist Ardoyne during on the way to their Easter Monday parade.

The 2014 marching season began today with the Apprentice Boys parade through Belfast.

 

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