Parades

Statement

The Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland has this morning contacted media outlets regarding inaccurate reports of marchers being arrested at Glasgow’s 200th anniversary Boyne Celebrations. We can confirm no marchers were arrested. The Grand Master and executive congratulate Glasgow County Grand Lodge on an excellent Boyne celebration parade.

Statement

The Grand Master Jim McHarg and Grand Lodge Executive Officers congratulate the County Grand Lodge of Glasgow on reaching the 200th anniversary of Orange parades in Glasgow. Jim McHarg stated he looks forward to a peaceful and successful parade as Glasgow’s Orange family celebrate their heritage and culture. We look forward to the pageantry, the …

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The Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland is pleased to note that common sense has prevailed within West Dunbartonshire Council and their committee decision regarding Dumbarton District LOL 27 parade notification for Saturday 18th September. Whether or not councillors agree or disagree with parades we live in a democratic society and there are certain legal protections …

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We note with sadness that King William’s statue has been vandalised once again. The magnificent statue of King William III Prince of Orange situated adjacent to Glasgow Cathedral has been damaged with the horse’s tail deliberately broken off. The Grand Orange Lodge of Scotland has been in contact with Glasgow city council who are currently …

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Parades

The County Grand Lodge of Central Scotland will have a number of Districts on parade on Saturday 11th September for their Boyne Celebration. The County Grand Lodge of Glasgow will have a number of Districts on parade on Saturday 18th September to celebrate 200 years of parades in Glasgow.  

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