What a fantastic parade, left Belfast at 11am still arriving at Stormont at 5pm.
Many feet are sore, but today we walked in the footsteps of Giants.
Fantastic day, proud to have been part of it all
IMAGES OF THE GLORIOUS 12TH 2012
Brothers Richard Armstrong & Fraser Tailby from our sister lodge (maybe that should be brother), 36th (Ulster) Division Memorial, L.O.L. 1914 from the City of Leicester, presenting a Jubilee Crown and a Special Edition, King James Authorised Version. Our lodge is very thankful to our English brethren for these wonderful gifts.
36th (Ulster) Division L.O.L. 977 Colour Party
Enjoying the Balmoral Review, Saturday, 19th May 2012 in Ormeau Park, Belfast.
Listening to 'Carson, Craig and Crawford' (Actors)
The 36th (Ulster) Division Memorial L.O.L. 977 held their 92nd Anniversary Dinner in the Rehoboth Mission Church, Mount Vernon, North Belfast on Friday 1st April 2011. The lodge had the privilege of having as their guest speaker, W. Bro. Councillor Frazer Agnew P.M. As this year marks the 400th anniversary of the King James Version of the Bible, popularly known as the Authorised Version, Bro. Agnew took the opportunity to speak on the subject. He used the text "The words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times." (Psalm 12:6) to illustrate the various stages in the development of the Authorised Version. The Worshipful Master, William Dickson thanked W. Bro. Agnew for his most enjoyable and enlighting talk and went on to thank all the members and friends of the lodge for their loyal support over many years in keeping 977 active as a 'living memorial' within No 3 District.
IMAGES OF THE GLORIOUS 12th 2011
12th July 2010
'Getting ready for the big parade'
13th July Morning 2009 with English brethren from Lewes Martyrs Memorial L.O.L. 398 and Lt. Col. R.B. Mayne Memorial L.O.L. 1012
A Glorious 12th with brethren from Lewes Martyrs Memorial L.O.L. 398 at
Barnett Demesne 2008
Barnett Demesne 2008
The Colour Party L.O.L. 977 & L.O.L. 1916
We think the photographs below were taken about 1941.
Donegall Place 1st July 2008
BANNER UNFURLING 1919
THE SONS OF ULSTER STILL MARCH ON