Sovereign Grand Master sets out his vision

The Sovereign Grand Master has laid out his vision for the Royal Black Institution. The Loyal Order must seek to “shape the future by preserving our heritage through a confident Institution ready to share the Reformed Christian Faith with the world”, said Rev William Anderson. The Royal Black’s top official was speaking at a meeting...
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Statement issued by the Chaplains’ Committee

The following statement was issued by the Chaplains’ Committee on behalf of the Royal Black Institution, and read from the platform at all six Last Saturday demonstrations (Ballymoney, Holywood, Garvagh, Dungannon, Ballygowan and Seskinore) on August 31, 2019.   The Royal Black Institution notes with much dismay, disappointment and great sadness the recent passing of...
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Royal Black Institution set for ‘Last Saturday’ parades

Upwards of 17,000 members of the Royal Black Institution will be on parade at six locations across Northern Ireland, for the traditional ‘Last Saturday’ demonstrations, held this year on August 31. Approximately 350 preceptories, most accompanied by bands, will take part in separate processions in Ballygowan, Ballymoney, Dungannon, Holywood, Garvagh and Seskinore. Sovereign Grand Master,...
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Important info: New address and telephone number

IGBC offices: We have moved from Brownlow House to new temporary premises in Loughgall Our new address is: IGBC 82 Main Street Loughgall Armagh BT61 8HZ Telephone : 028 3889 1362   Our media connections remain the same: Email:                Web:            Twitter: @RoyalBlack1797                Facebook: