There is now a Gallery of images from the 333rd Relief of Derry Commemorations, which mostly records Murray Parent and Branch Clubs on the day, below. Other images provide further context. The Murray Parent Club would like to express appreciation to the Robert Graham Memorial Flute Band for ably leading us for the day, on the Walls in the morning through to the return to the Memorial Hall in the evening.
Thanks to all those who made the day so enjoyable: Members and bands, and particularly the Marshals, the St John Ambulance who attended quite a few casualties of the heat; and also members of the public who generously offered bottles of water along the way.
The full parade is available via the YouTube Channel.
333rd Annual Relief of Derry Commemorations
The big day was a sunny joyous event which saw huge numbers of Apprentice Boys travel to the Maiden City and crowds enjoying the warm weather and the colour and sounds of one of the largest parades over this summer in Northern Ireland. The Murray Parent Club would like to express appreciation to the Robert Graham Memorial Flute Band for ably leading us for the day, on the Walls in the morning through to the return to the Memorial Hall in the evening.
An Apprentice Boy can only be a full member when 'Made' within the historic Walls of Londonderry. Carson, on the evening of his initiation into our famous fraternity and receiving his Member certificate from the Governor, Graeme Stenhouse, at the end of the day's Commemorations, tops and tails this selection of images from an outstanding weekend.
These images are mostly of the Murray Club's participation on the day, though others are featured to provide a rounded view of the day.