Locals join 36th Ulster Division centenary parade

Some members of Sir Edward Carson Memorial LOL 1991 pictured against the backdrop of Belfast City Hall on Saturday 9th March at the Unionist Centenary Committee parade to mark the march past of Belfast City Hall by the 36th (Ulster) Division in May 1915.' INUS2015-0760
Some members of Sir Edward Carson Memorial LOL 1991 pictured against the backdrop of Belfast City Hall on Saturday 9th March at the Unionist Centenary Committee parade to mark the march past of Belfast City Hall by the 36th (Ulster) Division in May 1915.' INUS2015-0760

On Saturday May 9 brethren, bands and supporters travelled to Belfast to take part in the Unionist Centenary Committee parade to mark the march past of Belfast City Hall by the 36th (Ulster) Division in May 1915.

The review of the 36th took place on Saturday the 8th May 1915 when some 17,000 soldiers paraded through Belfast and past the City Hall before leaving our shores for training in England.

Thousands watched the parade in the city centre and agreed it was a fitting tribute to those who fought and died as part of the 36th Ulster Division during World War One.