Bloody Sunday march

Marchers on January 30th, 1972, the day that would become known as Bloody Sunday.
Marchers on January 30th, 1972, the day that would become known as Bloody Sunday.

The annual Bloody Sunday commemoration march will take place in Derry on Sunday, January 31.

Participants and bands will assemble from 2.30pm at the shops on Central Drive, Creggan, and will proceed to Rossville Street.

The route will be via Central Drive, Linsfort Drive, Iniscarn Road, Rathlin Drive, Southway, Lone Moor Road, Brandywell Avenue, Lecky Road, Westland Street, Laburnum Terrace, Creggan Street and William Street.

Proceedings are due to conclude at about 5pm.

Motorists are advised to allow extra time for their journeys, or seek alternative routes while the parade is taking place.