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The Twelfth 2011 - main processions

Published 12/07/2011



The parade assembles at noon at the council playing fields in Parkway. A religious service will begin at 2.30pm.


The main parade in Limavady begins at noon and will make its way to the demonstration field at Roemill Road.


The parade will begin at 11.30am and return from the demonstration field at 3.30pm.


The parade assembles on the Coagh Road at 12.15pm.


The bands will gather in the assembly field on the Cooley Road between Beragh and Sixmilecross from about 10.30am.


The parade will make its way to the demonstration field at the Enniskillen end of the village where a service begins at 2pm.


The parade begins at noon from the Holywood Orange Hall.


There will be a massive parade in the heart of the Mournes. The religious service begins at 3pm.


Parade to assemble on the Kilkeel side of Ballymartin at noon.


The main parade is to start at 10am. By 12.30pm, all districts should be in the demonstration field off the Caledon Road.


Parade leaves Belfast Orange Hall at 10am, heading towards City Hall. The bands proceed to Barnetts Demesne at 3pm.


The parade assembles on the Soldierstown Road at 11.30am and will proceed to the demonstration field on Chapel Road.


The parades will assemble on the Larne Road at 12.30pm and move towards the demonstration field on Ballygarvey Road.


The parade will assemble at the Ramoan Playing Fields and move off at 1pm.


The parade starts at noon at Raceview Road. The religious service starts at 2.30pm.


Parade starts at 1pm from the Ardnamaine Housing Estate.


Parade begins at 12.30pm, going via Main Street to the demonstration field at Cushwash.


Assemble at the Showgrounds and move off at 1pm. A religious service will begin at 2.15pm.

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