County Fermanagh’s annual Twelfth of July demonstration will take place in Lisnaskea tomorrow (Friday).

Large crowds are expected to be in attendance, including many tourists and visitors to the lakeland county.

The Fermanagh parade traditionally encompasses the entire county and will once again play host to visiting Lodges from the Republic of Ireland, Counties Donegal, Leitrim, Cavan and Monaghan.

Over 90 local private Lodges, members of the Association of Loyal Orangewomen, Juniors, and approximately 70 bands will combine to create one of the largest demonstrations in the province. Lodges and bands will move off from the assembly field on the Enniskillen Road at 12 noon and proceed through the town to the demonstration field at Cushwash on the Newtownbutler Road.

The platform proceedings and religious service will commence at 2pm and will be chaired by County Fermanagh Grand Master Paul Stevenson. The guest speaker will be Reverend Canon Mark Watson, Deputy County Grand Chaplain.

A collection will be taken up on the day for Air Ambulance NI, this year’s designated charity for County Fermanagh Grand Orange Lodge. The return parade is due to commence at 3.15pm. The Twelfth demonstration was last held in Lisnaskea in 2011.

The south Tyrone village of Augher will host a Twelfth parade for the first time since 2013.

The Parade will assemble on the Aughnacloy Road with a start time of 12.15pm and will proceed via Main Street to the demonstration field on the Clogher Road.

The parade will be led by the District Officers of Annahoe and Fivemiletown with a special welcome extended to visiting Brethren from Trough District in County Monaghan. 20 bands will accompany the Orangemen - many of which will have three generations of the same family on parade.

At the field, the religious service at 2.15pm will be preceded by a joint performance by Murley Silver and Glenageeragh Pipe Bands.

In the demonstration field, Orangemen are also planning to capture some of the atmosphere of the upcoming British Open Golf championship, with their very own Orange Golf Open which will see various members competing in a nearest the pin competition.