Lower Iveagh District No. 1 reveals ‘NHS’ Banner

Worshipful District Master of Lower Iveagh District Number One, John Wilkinson and the Deputy District Master Gavin Beck with their new Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland banner at Dromore Orange Hall in support of the National Health Service and its workers in the ongoing coronavirus crisis.

Friday, 1st May 2020, 2:43 pm
Updated Friday, 1st May 2020, 3:38 pm
Lower Iveagh District No1, WDM John Wilkinson and DDM Gavin Beck with the new GOLI banner @ Dromore Orange Hall supporting the NHS.

Featuring a Grand Lodge of Ireland logo and a reminder to ‘Stay Home, Save Lives, Protect the NHS’, the new banner says ‘THANK YOU - to all our NHS staff and essential workers from the local Orange Family together fighting COVID-19’.

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