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Cloughmills Twelfth Celebrations 2024

Drumadoon Road, Cloughmills, Antrim, BT44 9PX
Large drums being played by a band parade


The annual North Antrim Demonstration this year will be hosted by Cloughmills District LOL No.14 in the village of Cloughmills.

The other North Antrim Districts of Ballymoney, Bushmills, Ballycastle and Rasharkin will join with their Cloughmills Brethren to commemorate the 334th Anniversary of the Battle of the Boyne.

The 43 lodges on parade will be accompanied by 29 bands. Lambegs are also a feature at this demonstration.

The main parade will get underway at 1pm taking a route from the assembly field at Drumadoon Road, along Main Street to the demonstration field on Ballycreagh Road.

The parade will be led by Duneaney LOL1025 accompanied by Duneaney Accordion Band.

In the field, the platform proceedings will begin at 2.30pm. The Religious service conducted by Bro. Robert Edwards with music provided by Duneaney Accordian Band. The Guest speaker will be Wor. Bro. Maurice Kirkwood, County Antrim Grand Master.

The return parade will get underway at 4pm following the same route back to Drumadoon Road.

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