BY HANNAH SEMPLE
Celebrations of the Twelfth of July this year in Belfast had a carnival like tone, with 'Orangefest' hosted in Belfast city centre attracting huge crowds of families who lined the parade route. In Donegall Square the festivities continued with numerous food stalls providing dishes from around the world. The parade, which started at the Orange Hall, proceeded past City Hall, down to Queen's University, and continued on down the Malone Road to Barnett Demesne Park; where the positive atmosphere continued with a number of stalls from local businesses displayed their wares.
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today with all the families and the food stalls it's been proved wrong. It's about celebrating history and culture, not about who can shout the loudest. I hope next year’s Orangefest is even better.”