Below are photographs of two Coleraine bands who marched past the Residents' protest. The first band is the Pride of The Bann who carry UDA flags and have had members charged with the murder of Kevin McDaid, a Catholic community worker in Coleraine. The second band is Freeman Memorial Flute Band who have also had members arrested for the murder of Mr McDaid. The Freeman band are alligned to the UVF and are named after a UVF member who blew himself up in Coleraine in 1975.
Dunaghy Flute Band are seen here carrying a bannerette "In memory of William Campbell". Campbell was a UDA member who was killed in Coleraine in 2002. A mural dedicated to him can be found here.
Moneydig Young Conquerors carry a UDA flag down Rasharkin's Main Street. At this parade in 2004 a member of the Moneydig band hit a Catholic woman over the back of the head with a flute leaving her hospitalised and required stitches.
Randalstown Sons of Ulster, aligned with the UVF and carrying UVF flags.
Giants Causeway Protestant Boys who are alligned with the UDA and in the past have been pictured carrying a UFF bannerette with a picture of a masked gunman.
A band from Cookstown carry UVF flags past the Residents' protest.
Silver Plains carry UVF flags through Rasharkin.
East Belfast Protestant Boys carry an array of UVF flags through the village.
Protestors blow whistles at Armoy's Pride of the Park band.
A band from the Shore Road in Belfast carry (even more!) UVF flags.
Dervock Young Defenders are a band who openly support the UDA in the Ballymoney area and state on their website:
"For many years now Dervock has supported the Ulster Defence Association regulary taking part in parades and functions through Ulster to support the organision on our uniforms we proudly were the clinched fist and laural leafs the badge of the Ulster Freedom Fighters the military wing of the U.D.A."