Donegal Orange Order parade takes place in Rossnowlagh

The annual Orange Order parade was attended by thousands of people in Rossnowlagh, County Donegal.

Donegal Orange Order parade takes place in Rossnowlagh

The annual Orange Order parade was attended by thousands of people in Rossnowlagh, County Donegal.

After Covid-19 restrictions, it was the first parade full of people. Families lined narrow country roads along the route.

50 lodges from Donegal, Cavan, Leitrim, and Monaghan were joined in the mix by lodges from Northern Ireland and overseas visitors.

They made their way through the country roads to the seaside village.

David Mahon, Donegal County Grand Master, said that everyone was happy to be back.

He said that the BBC News NI had missed it so it was a relief to be back.

He said, "I believe we have a greater turnout than ever because all the parking is full."

Three bands from the county will travel to Canada next week in order to participate in the 200th anniversary celebrations at the Toronto parade.

Edward Stevenson, the grand master of the institution, stated that the institution was opposed to the protocol. He said the institution would make its position known to any new cabinet at Westminster.

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