Video - Footage as Orangemen mark 6,000 days of Drumcree protest

Watch this video as Portadown Orangemen marked 6,000 days of their Drumcree protest on Sunday.

District Master Darryl Hewitt said he hoped there would still be a resolution to the impasse which has seen Portadown District prevented from making their return march along Garvaghy Road.

PACEMAKER BELFAST  07/12/2014'DRUMCREE PROTEST'Portadown Orangemen mark 6,000 days of their protest at Drumcree on sunday''Members of Portadown District have been prevented from parading from Drumcree Church to Carleton Street Orange hall in the town centre since the traditional return procession was banned by the Parades Commisson in July 1998.''Photo Aidan O'Reilly/Pacemaker Press

PACEMAKER BELFAST 07/12/2014'DRUMCREE PROTEST'Portadown Orangemen mark 6,000 days of their protest at Drumcree on sunday''Members of Portadown District have been prevented from parading from Drumcree Church to Carleton Street Orange hall in the town centre since the traditional return procession was banned by the Parades Commisson in July 1998.''Photo Aidan O'Reilly/Pacemaker Press

District Secretary David Jones said the Orangemen were as committed as ever to completing the march.