Our Lodges

Ulster's Chosen Few
LOL 111

Apprentice Boys
LOL 128

Rising Sons of William
LOL 240

Temple of Loyalty
LOL 481

LOL 1054

Greenwell Street
LOL 1363

Reformation Truth Defenders
LOL 1521

Mill Street Heroes
LOL 1908

Scarlet Crown
LOL 1919

Loughries True Blues
LOL 1948

LOL 1952

King George VI Memorial
LOL 1973

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The "Apprentice Boys" were one of the strongest Lodges in the nineteenth century. Formed in the 1840s, one of its leading members was Viscount Castlereagh. Before the building of the Orange Hall it used to meet in the Good Templar Hall which was situated in West Street.

New banner dedicated

At the start of May, "Apprentice Boys" LOL 128 dedicated a new lodge banner at an event in the Orange Hall. Guests of the lodge on the occasion were Bro. Jim Shannon MP and Bro. Jeffrey Donaldson MP and the lodge were also supported by a large number of Orangemen and women from the district.

The new banner features William of Orange on his white horse crossing the River Boyne with the reverse naturally depicting the scene of the 13 apprentice boys closing the gates of Derry at the beginning of the siege of 1688.


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