Published Thursday, 12 July 2012
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It had been feared that tensions over plans for 70 Orange lodges from seven districts and dozens of bands to parade in the village would lead to trouble, but an agreement was made on Wednesday night.
That saw tricolours taken down throughout the mainly nationalist area and bunting put up to celebrate the Twelfth - in return, the Orange Order voluntarily decided that visiting bands and lodges would not return towards Crumlin.
The Parades Commission had previously ruled that only the Glenavy host district could return through the village, with all others stopping on the outskirts.
"They managed a situation that looked, at one stage, to be very dangerous," Sinn Féin MLA Mitchel McLaughlin told UTV, speaking about the efforts of the residents' group.
"Hopefully other areas where there are contentious marches will benefit from the Crumlin template."
Organisers say much work from the Orange Order also went into finding the peaceful solution.
Tommy Ross, from the Glenavy District Orange Lodge, described the deal as "a very good outcome".
"No problems, no protests in the streets," he told UTV. "Everybody seems to be very happy and content."
Justice Minister David Ford welcomed the outcome.
"The agreement reached over the Crumlin parade demonstrates what can be achieved through positive engagement," he said.
"I would once again urge those with influence to follow the lead taken and continue to work to reduce tensions where they exist."