It is claimed the band played a sectarian song within the restriction zone imposed by the Parades Commission. Frank Dempsey chair of Carrick Hill Concerned Residents' Group said he was "deeply, deeply concerned"."This was supposed to be a Remembrance Day service with sacred hymns being played and what did we have? A determination again smashed.
"We had the Famine song being played going past Carrick Hill, we had supporters following the bands," he said
Apprentice Boys march past city church - UTV Live News
Sinn Féin MLA Carál Ní Chuilín has condemned the breaching of the Parades Commission determination.
The North Belfast MLA said: “The Apprentice Boys, Parades Commission, PSNI and unionist politicians need to come out clearly and condemn this blatantly sectarian and provocative action by the Dunmurry Protestant Boys band who played the sectarian Famine Song during the march. They also need to take action against the band.
“Residents entered into discussions with the Apprentice Boys prior to the march in good faith. But the Apprentice Boys cannot think that they will enter into these discussions just to get a favourable determination by the Parades Commission.
According to Jim Mc Dowell in today's Sunday World, The Apprentice boys have apologised to local residents and banned Dunmurry Protestant Boys from future parades.
These bigots just can't help themselves.
North Belfast MLA Nelson McCausland hasn't said anything.