Royal Black revamp website and launch social media presence

Sovereign Grand Master, Millar Farr (centre,) with Imperial Grand Registrar, Billy Scott, and Imperial Grand Treasurer, David Livingstone, showcasing the Royal Black Institution's new website
Sovereign Grand Master, Millar Farr (centre,) with Imperial Grand Registrar, Billy Scott, and Imperial Grand Treasurer, David Livingstone, showcasing the Royal Black Institution's new website

The Royal Black Institution has described its new-look website as a “major improvement”.

In addition to the new site, the institution has now begun using both Twitter and Facebook, with the first posts having been made last month.

Pictured here marking the launch is Sovereign Grand Master Millar Farr (centre,) with Imperial Grand Registrar Billy Scott (left), and Imperial Grand Treasurer David Livingstone.

Sovereign Grand Master Millar Farr said: “Our new website will play an important part in relaying a positive message of our Institution to a worldwide audience. Visitors will notice a major improvement from our previous version, with the updated platform offering a much more user-friendly and informative resource.

“We are delighted at the product which has been developed over the past months with our website design team, which now incorporates our new social media offering on Facebook and Twitter.

“These interactive outlets will be extremely beneficial in terms of keeping our membership and the wider public fully informed of our latest news and various events.”

The website is at www.royalblack.org , and the Twitter and Facebook sites are @RoyalBlack1797 and ‘Royal Black Institution’, respectively.