The Liverpool Orange Lodge (website) marched through Hoylake on Saturday afternoon as you can see in the above video clip posted to youtube (there are several parts – above is part 4). I presume the route was from Meols, along Market Street, down to Kings Gap and returning along the promenade to the water fountain?
Kings Gap is so called because King William III of England (wikipedia) set sail from the Hoylake shoreline in 1690 with a 10,000 strong army to take part in the Battle of the Boyne (wikipedia). You can read more about what an Orange Order is on this wikipedia page.
[UPDATE 22:40]: As I suspected, this post has already generated several, varied comments, some of which have been automatically approved by the content management system. As I don’t have the time to manage differing views that may be expressed, comments on this post are closed. Sorry.