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Order to fall silent for Armistice centenary

A number of specially arranged memorial services, parades and other events, will take in the coming days as the Orange Institution marks the centenary of the ending of the First World War.

We remember two important events in the history of the British Isles. The first is the discovery of the Gunpowder Plot on 5 November 1605. The plot was intended to blow up Parliament and kill King James I. The second is the arrival of William, Prince of Orange, at Brixham on 5 November 1688.

Pastor Don Fortner Danville from Kentucky is preaching in the Independent Orange Hall in Ballymoney

Can you help solve mystery of King William’s stamp collection?

On the Twelfth of July, 1990 a stamp-based collection was released to celebrate the 300th anniversary of some of King William’s most famous battles in Ireland...

Queens LOL 1845 present a cheque for £10,000 to the Drew Nelson legacy project

From Tyrone Courier 19/9 /18 - Orange Heritage Festival in birthplace of Loughgall

Sandholes LOL 274 Coffee Evening in aid of MacMillan Cancer & The Drew Nelson legacy project

Chaplains Thought by Rev Dr Ian Meridith & Brew for Drew coffee morning

Fermanagh Orangemen meet with Northern Ireland Minister, Shailesh Vara MP

On Monday, Orangemen paid their respects in the Shankill graveyard to Corporal Smith, a soldier in the Williamite army who was buried in 1690.

Lodge Life: Orangeism showcased during heritage week

A series of events is continuing as the Orange Institution plays host to its second annual heritage week.

Royal Black Preceptory with strong Methodist ethos celebrates 70th anniversary

Presbyterian Minister Rev Ivor Smith conducts service in Cookstown Orange Hall in remembrance of 8 murdered Orangemen in the district

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