'The Twelfth' parade, Bangor 2010 :: Shared Description
Annual 12th July parade through the town of Bangor by members of the local Orange lodges and their attached bands. In 2010 the Bangor parade was fairly small as the main demonstration for the area took place in nearby Newtownards. After parading through the town in the morning, the lodges and bands proceeded to Newtownards (via buses and cars, not marching the entire route!) and paraded through Bangor again in the evening on their return.
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Created: Thu, 15 Jul 2010, Updated: Thu, 15 Jul 2010
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