Grange Corner Branch Club was formed and received its Charter in Taylorstown Orange Hall, Grange, Toomebridge on Saturday 17th June 1967. The 13 founding members were: Fred Dowie; John Bates; Robert Bates; John McCullough; Robert J. Kerr; Gordon Rainey; Robert John Kilpatrick; James McKee; Thomas Harris; Robert Chesney; James Leecocke; Hugh Lamont; and Samuel MmcDowell. New collarettes and a banner were dedicated the day before their first outing at the Relief Anniversary Celebrations in Londonderry on 12th August 1967. The Club was accompanied by Grange Corner True Blues Flute Band.
November 1967 meeting it was agreed to hold an Annual Church Service which for many years alternated between Grange Presbyterian Church and Ballyscullion Parish Church.
Bro. John Bates served as Secretary of the Club for the first 20 years of the Clubs existence.
Grange Corner True Blues Flute Band accompanied the Club up until 1987 when the band folded. Since then the Club has employed the services of a number of bands including Ballee Blues & Royals Flute Band (Ballymena), Cloughmills Crown Defenders Flute Band, Glenhugh Flute Band (Ahoghill) and more recently Staffordstown Accordion Band (Randalstown).
July 1988 The Club unfurled its current banner which depicts the Closing of The Gates on one side and the Bible and Crown on the other side. The old banner was presented to Cavan Browning Club in 1989.
1997 a new Crimson Flag was purchased to commemorate the Club’s 30th Anniversary and the Club held a special Anniversary Dinner in the Deerpark Hotel, Antrim.
2007 the Club produced a special limited edition jewel to commemorate the Club’s 40th Anniversary.
The Club meets on the last Tuesday night of each month in Talorstown Orange Hall.