Northern Ireland

Orange Order parade in Belfast passes peacefully

Orange Order parade
Image caption The parade was for the Loyal Orange Widows Fund

An Orange Order parade past St Patrick's Catholic Church on Donegall Street in Belfast city centre has passed off peacefully.

Sunday's parade was for the Loyal Orange Widows Fund.

The Parades Commission determination had stipulated that a single drum-beat should be played while passing the church, but the band did play some music.

Marchers paraded to Westbourne Community Presbyterian Church.

They attended a service at the church in east Belfast, before returning home.

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