MORE than 30 roads in Glasgow will close as thousands are set to take part in an Orange Walk next month.

The annual Boyne celebrations on July 2 is the busiest day in the Protestant marching calendar.

This year could see 43 marches in Glasgow in one day.

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The biggest, hosted by the County Grand Orange Lodge Of Glasgow, is believed to have 4075 in the main procession, and hundreds more in feeder marches coming from across the city. 

Glasgow City Council has revealed a total of 33 roads will be shut to traffic on the day, between 5am and 4pm. These are:

  • Albion Street, between George Street and Blackfriars Street
  • Anchor Lane, for its full length
  • Bell Street,  between Albion Street and Spoutmouth.
  • Bridgegate, between King Street and Saltmarket
  • Cochrane Street, for its full length
  • College Street, at its junction with High Street
  • Duke Street, between John Knox Street and George Street
  • Dundas Street, for its full length
  • Gallowgate, between Trongate and Watson Street
  • George Square (East), for its full length
  • George Square (North), for its full length
  • George Square (South) for its full length
  • George Square (West), for its full length
  • George Street,  for its full length
  • Greendyke Street, between London Road and Saltmarket
  • High Street, between Cathedral Street and George Street
  • High Street, between John Knox Street and George Street
  • Ingram Street, between Albion Street and High Street
  • Ingram Street, between High Street and Glassford Street
  • King Street (southbound only), between Bridgegate and Osbourne Street
  • London Road, between Trongate and Charlotte Street
  • Montrose Street, for its full length
  • Nelson Mandela Place, for its full length
  • Nelson Street, both sides between Bridge Street and Commerce Street
  • North Hanover Street, between Cathedral Street and George Square (North)
  • North Hanover Street, between George Square North and Queen St Station entrance
  • North Portland Street, between Richmond Street and George Street
  • Parsonage Row, at its junction with High Street
  • Saltmarket, between High Street and Clyde Street
  • Shuttle Street, between College Street and Ingram Street
  • St Andrews Street, between Saltmarket and James Morrison Street
  • Trongate, between Albion Street and High Street
  • West George Street, Nelson Mandela Place and George Square

There will be a suspension of bus lane regulations at Glassford Street, North Hanover Street, Victoria Bridge and West George Street.