STANDARDS WE CARRY

Below are photographs and information about the Standards carried by the bands Colour Party.

The Kings Colours Ulster Volunteer Force Flag

This is the Kings Colours Ulster Volunteer Force Flag. This is the highest ranking flag in the bands colour party.
The 36th Ulster Division Ulster Volunteer Force Flag 1912

This is the 36th Ulster Division Ulster Volunteer Force Flag 1912 which honours the eighteen battles fought by the regiment.
The 36th Ulster Division Ulster Volunteer Force Flag

This is the 36th Ulster Division Ulster Volunteer Force Flag which bears the Red Hand inside the belt design, this is guarded by the Battle Honours of 1912.
The East Belfast Brigade 1912 Flag

This is the East Belfast Brigade 1912 Flag which includes the Ulster Volunteer Force badge and five pointed UVF Star.
The Flag of the Young Citizen Volunteers

This is the Flag of the Young Citizen Volunteers who later became the 14th Battalion Royal Irish Rifles. The Shamrock is flanked by the Battle Honours, where the Young Citizen Volunteers fought alongside the 36th Ulster Division.
The Flag of the East Belfast Protestant Boys Flute Band

This is the Flag of the East Belfast Protestant Boys Flute Band, this flag was designed by the band, and this design includes the band badge, the Red Hand inside a laurel leaf and the badge of the Ulster Volunteer Force.
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This is the bannerette that the band used to carry years ago, but nowadays this is not used and is mounted on the band halls wall. This bannerette was hand painted by a past member of the band and includes designs which the band has included into our badges of the past.