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The Original Purple Standard of the Ulster Volunteers Carried to the City Hall 1913 With Sir Edward Carson

We had little money and in turn we relied hugely on Donations & Loans from inside the Loyalist communities of Scotland, England & Northern Ireland, we were Glad to accept a loan of £500 from an old friend of our Band Master Jamie McCulloch from London, with this money we Purchased 15 five key Miller Browne Bb flutes from William Hewitt of Drum Sounds in the Sandy Row who gave us the instruments at a knock down price.

We started writing basic Blood & Thunder & Traditional tunes and getting simple drum beats to match, before long we had ourselves several tunes and we called our 1st band meeting in Partick Orange hall in Crawford St, bringing together as many good loyalists as we possibly could, the word had been quick in getting out that a new band had started up and that we meant business. We spent the next few months drumming on tables and struggling through our basic tune list , until we eventually received a loan of Drums from a friend in the Allanton Flute Band from Shotts, we could now see things coming together, we had our knockers & Doubters but their opinions were immediately Dismissed & laughed out the door, Members came and went and we slowly but surely built the band up to a decent size enough for us to make our 1st CD "WE SHALL REMEMBER" which we made after just 5 months, we made this CD for 3 reasons:

1.Much needed finances 2.To introduce the band to the Community & 3.The most important, as all our recordings have been to tell the story of a true Son of Ulster "VOL Noel Kinner". Since those hard days of 1999 we have went from strength to strength and we are now recognized within the Banding community as a Decent Flute Band, we have always tried to Progress with practice and will continue to do so, for we feel strongly that if people can recognize us as a Decent band they will also remember Noel Kinners name in the same breath & if this was to be the case then we will have succeeded in our goal "to create an ever lasting memory to Noel"

We sincerely hope that you enjoy this Web Site and further more we hope you will at all times show Noel Kinners name the respect it deserves a long with ALL the Sons of Ulster who so unselfishly gave their tomorrow so we could all live in freedom today. Where are the boys of Ulster - where are the lads we knew who fought for Britain’s honour firm, faithful, tried & true they lie on blood stained battlefields, they rest in stormy deep in far of lonely valleys, they sleep their long last sleep.

When Britain’s cry for fighting men, rang o'er land & sea the Sons of Ulster sprang to arms, 'gainst Prussian tyranny from the bank & from the office, from factory and field poured Carson’s splendid army, the lads who could not yield.

Is ADHD affecting boys more than girls?

ADHD is a widespread behavioral disorder typically discovered during childhood. A child with ADHD has trouble maintaining concentration, it’s often hyperactive and fidgety, and also very impulsive. All these symptoms can cause difficulties in the child’s learning process and make him struggle to keep up with the other classmates. Fortunately, there’s a very efficient product available on the market that might be right what you need and it’s called Synaptol. It will enhance your child’s focus and help him be less distracted.

Why are there more boys with ADHD?

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It appears that there are more boys diagnosed with ADHD than girls – the male-to-female ration is approximatively 3:1 to 9:1. Scientists think that ADHD affects both boys and girls equally, but the girls are underdiagnosed, hence the statistics. Here are some reasons why:

Their symptoms aren’t loud enough: girls with ADHD are less hyperactive or impulsive than boys, and they are more likely to have trouble concentrating. Their less disruptive behavior is the main reason why their disease is very easily overlooked. They are just less likely to be referred for further investigation because they are less likely to exhibit aggression or delinquency.

Co-existing symptoms: Studies show that about 75% of the children with ADHD also have at least one other psychiatric disorder. Girls with ADHD tend to have lower self-esteem, and thus, many of them are diagnosed with depression rather than ADHD. It was three times more likely for girls who were under ADHD treatment to report they were also taking antidepressants before their ADHD diagnosis.

Popular misconceptions: Many people think ADHD means being hyperactive all the time. The truth is that no two people with ADHD are alike, and some of them are less hyperactive and more inattentive, and they daydream a lot. Consequently, girls may often appear absent, and they have problems concentrating which make the other people less likely to recommend a professional assessment for them.

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Complete story of the flute

Every nation has its own traditions which express a part of its cultural identity. One of the traditions spread all over Scotland is the flute band demonstration. This takes place at special occasions when certain social messages are promoted during the march. Everyone does it and people like to watch but it would be even more interesting if you would know the complete story of the flute band.

The flute band history

Though the marches you admire today with your friend are joyful and peaceful, it has not always been that way. The story of flute bands begins in the early 1900’s when the first demonstrations took place in Ireland and later in Scotland. Along the years there have been some direct confrontations between Republican Alliance and Loyalist campaign, which have been solved later. The demonstrations custom has been inherited till our times. So, next time you visit Glasgow, try to watch the parade besides meeting a gorgeous local girl.

The history of the flute band shows that every demonstration promoted a cause or a belief. Through these manifestations, people tried to make their voice listened. During the wars, themes like nuclear disarmament and Scotland independence were often used in campaigns. If you ever go to a parade, ask your friend from Italy to tell you more about them. These graceful women are open minded persons that encourage this kind of actions meant to reduce cultural difference obstacle. The themes promoted at the first parades were mostly religious while today they are social and political.

Watch the most impressive flute band marches

Legendary marches continue to take place today, so make a list with those you and your England girls would like to see. Do not miss the Orange walk, which is the oldest demonstration organized by Irish Diaspora in Scotland. Orange Order used groups to march all over the Scotland during the two worldwide wars. Another flute band you and your friend should not miss is the Loyal group. Admire the perfect body of this woman but do not forget to watch the outstanding parade held by this band.

Flute bands have their origins in Ireland but the tradition is spread also in England. Here you will find mostly the same parades that try to protect people’s rights. What is more, the whole demonstration is an incredible show that attracts many supporters. The England girls accompanying you might easily become part of that group and she will also convince you to join them. If you are not attracted by the parade cause, you will definitely be fascinated by the wonderful flute performance.

Enjoy the beautiful tradition created by flute bands during the last century. Their demonstrations are ways through which you can express your opinion or just celebrate the society you are living in. They combine the show with innovative beliefs meant to bring evolution from all points of view. Feel special with the band supporting your opinion and let your lady get you to other important marches that are still organized throughout Glasgow.