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Apr 09

Declaration of Transformation

A Loyalist Declaration of Transformation from the Red Hand Commando, Ulster Defence Association and the Ulster Volunteer Force Delivered 11.30am, Monday 9th April 2018 at the Linen Hall Library, Belfast Embargoed until 12.00 midday, Monday 9th April 2018 “The Good Friday Agreement was created in a spirit of accommodation and its promise was a more …

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Crowd Funding for young Carter Carson

https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/charlene-dinnen?utm_id=106&utm_term=3g97ezZxQ Please give generously folks. After a tragic loss a family has enough on their plate without the financial burden that follows. God bless.

Deepest condolences

The Dalaradia group would like to send our deepest condolences to the family of young Carter, a member of the 18th Newtownabbey Youth (08s). A team we sponsor. We are deeply saddened about your loss. A pleasant young man who had a whole life ahead of him. We pray that in this difficult time, the …

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Deepest sympathies

Dalaradia would like to express our deepest sympathies to the McCartney family on the sudden passing of Billy – a friend of ours.   No one can prepare you for a loss; it comes like a swift wind. However, take comfort in knowing that he is now resting in the arms of our Lord. Lest …

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Mar 26

Good Relations Conference & Awards Ceremony

On Saturday morning our group attended the Good Relations Conference & Awards Ceremony at the Crusaders Social Club, Shore Road. The event was to celebrate and recognise the efforts and participation of various groups including Old Comrades, Baron Hall, White City, Alexandra Church Hall, Hubb Ladies Group (The Millies) and the Grave Diggers. Various group …

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Mar 21

Sinn Fein ‘ignoring’ result of consultation over bus signs in Irish

https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/northern-ireland/sinn-fein-ignoring-result-of-consultation-over-bus-signs-in-irish-36726647.html ” Sinn Fein has been accused of ignoring the results of a consultation that suggested there was “very little appetite for Irish language signage” on buses in Co Londonderry. The consultation, which was carried out by Translink in the spring and summer of 2017, proposed bilingual English and Irish destination screens onboard Ulsterbus vehicles …

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Happy St Patricks day

Happy St Patricks day! It is usually assumed that Southern Irish Catholics were the first to bring the traditions of St. Patrick’s Day to America and were the first to hold parades on that day to celebrate “Irishness”. That assumption is wrong… In 1737 the Charitable Irish Society was formed in Boston by Scotch-Irish Presbyterian …

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Loyalism and Art

With our recent post about a piece of Art given to us we thought we would share an old event whom our friend William “Plum” Smith introduced the launching of. Everyone must be afforded the avenue to express their feelings in a mature and constructive manner and the Arts is perfect for this. Many political …

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“Aslan of Eastside”

A big thank you to Michael Stone and his partner Karen for creating and sharing a recent piece of art embracing the REACH Projects (www.reachproject.co.uk) goal in moving forward. ‘Aslan of Eastside’ “This kaleidoscopic work embraces East Belfast’s’ REACH philosophy of moving forward from the tragic past period of political & social upheaval – A …

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Progressive Financial Solutions NI

Yesterday evening our group met with Progressive Financial Solutions NI They are regulated Financial Planners who provide professional services to working class Loyalism. Through their time in the financial world they seen many injustices and ill advice aimed at the working class who knew no better. The working class do not have access to the …

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