A few hundred orangemen and women from across County Londonderry met in Coleraine on Wednesday night for a parade to mark one hundred years from the start of World War One.
The parade started at Killowen Orange Hall, followed by a service of remembrance at Coleraine Town Hall.
The service was led by the Rev Bro Joseph Andrews, County Londonderry Chaplin.
In a poignant service, the Chaplin asked those present to remember men and women, from both sides of the community, who fought and died in the First World War.
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