Photo taken in the Rhineland during Great War
( as LOL 977 )
ON 5th May 2017
VISITORS AND BRETHREN CONSIDERING AFFILIATION TO L.O.L. 977 ARE WELCOME TO ANY
OF OUR LODGE MEETINGS.
The lodge meets on the first
Tuesday of each month at 7.45pm
in Belfast Orange Hall, Clifton Street.
36th (Ulster) Division Memorial L.O.L. 977
A photo of our lodge with its Battle of the Somme banner going over the Boyne Bridge in Belfast. This image is being used in the campaign to save the bridge which Translink wish to demolish as part their new Transport Hub proposals . Details and how to sign the petition can be found on website: www.boynebridge.co.uk
Rawlins White Memorial LOL 803 of Cardiff. We are the youngest Orange Lodge in the British Isles and only the second one currently sitting in Wales.
We recommend you watch the following on 'You Tube'
Visit 36th (Ulster) Division Memorial, L.O.L. 1914
Sussex District No 88 - Lewes Martyrs
Memorial Loyal Orange Lodge 398
For information on how to become a member of L.O.L. 977, please e-mail the secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Worshipful Master, Billy Dickson has produced a 34 page local history booklet: 'The RISE of the Blackstaff'. It is available from Visit Belfast Tourist Office, opposite Belfast City Hall. Although not an official Orange publication, it nevertheless contains lots of information that would be of interest to members of the Orange Order. If you have difficulty obtaining the booklet then just email the lodge website. Profits from the sale of the booklet will go to Blackstaff Community projects.