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City prepares for largest parade of the year.

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Traffic and travel arrangements have been released by the PSNI for tomorrow’s Apprentice Boys parade in Derry/Londonderry.

The parade, which commemorates the Relief of Derry will see around 140 bands, accompanied by as many ABOD clubs passing through the City Centre.

There will be feeder parades in towns and villages across the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough, starting between 9 and 10am

The main parade will start at 12:30 from Duke Street and will proceed via the following route: Craigavon Bridge, Carlisle Road, Ferryquay Street, the Diamond, Bishop Street, London Street, Hawkin Street, Kennedy Street, Wapping Lane, Abercorn Road, Carlisle Square, Craigavon Bridge, Spencer Road, Dungiven Road, Dennet Gardens, Sheskin Gardens, Bann Drive, Finn Gardens, Mourne Drive, Dennet Gardens, Dungiven Road, Glendermott Road, Bonds Street, dispersing on May Street.

Traffic is expected to be delayed in the city from approximately 10:30 and will not be allowed on to the parade route after 12pm.

Vehicles coming from the Limavady direction will be diverted at the Caw roundabout and any vehicles travelling towards the cityside are advised to use the Foyle Bridge.

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