Our Lodges

Ulster's Chosen Few
LOL 111

Apprentice Boys
LOL 128

Rising Sons of William
LOL 240

Temple of Loyalty
LOL 481

Boyne
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

Ex-Servicemen's
LOL 1952

King George VI Memorial
LOL 1973

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SCARLET CROWN LOL 1919

This Lodge was also formed in 1869 in No. 11 District as an off-shoot of LOL 111. In previous years the "Scarlet Crown" played a prominent role in local unionist politics and at one stage had 5 Unionist MPs as members.

Banner Unfurling - June 2014

Scarlet Crown LOL 1919 dedicated a new banner in the Orange Hall on Thursday 26th June. The new banner is the lodge's first in 25 years and is the first full size banner to be painted by local Orangeman Bro Stephen Rodgers.

The banner features local scenes including the Town Hall, Scrabo Tower and the cenotaph around the main feature of a scarlet crown. The banner's reverse depicts William III and his troops at the Battle of the Boyne.

Following the unfurling, the lodge were joined by visitors from other lodges in the District on the banner's first parade around the town, which was led by the CLB band.

12th July 2005 - In Pictures

Bro. Paul Heron was our WM this year and brought many quests, brethren and sisters over with him from Scotland including Ian Wilson, Grand Master of Scotland.

Paul was the entertainer and compere at the Ulster Scots evening in the Queens Hall on Friday 8th July. He also ran two very successful evenings for all the brethren and sisters in the Orange Hall on 11th and 12th evenings. The Lodge would like to thank their WM for all his hard work and kindness.

WM Paul Heron with Scottish Grand Master Ian Wilson

relaxing during the lunchtime function

 

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