TUV leader Jim Alister joined loyalists on Monday night at a flag protest in Ballycastle.
A number of loyalists draped in Union Flags, some with their faces covered by scarves, stood outside the building and were addressed by a number of speakers as they made their feelings known on the decision to reduce the number of days the flag flies over Belfast City Hall.
Moyle council does not fly any flags from its council buildings.
UUP council chair Sandra Hunter told those gathered that while she shared their view on the flag flying all year round, she would not tolerate any violence and asked for people to express their support for the flag in a peaceful manner.
Independent republican councillor Padraig McShane told the crowd they were doing nothing to further community relations in the town and the Moyle policy of flying no flags would not be changing.
TUV leader Jim Alister was among others to speak to the crowd gathered for the protest, which passed off without incident.