REMEMBRANCE Sunday has been marked by hundreds of people in Llandudno.

In the Church of the Holy Trinity, where a candle has been lit every day since the anniversary of the First World War’s start on August 4, 2014, the remembrance service began at 9.45am, prior to the parade to the war memorial on the promenade.

This assembled under blue skies at Trinity Square and it was led by the Town Band.

The procession consisted of Standard Bearers, the Mayoral party, the Member of Parliament and Assembly Member, members of Llandudno Town Council and members of the Royal British Legion, among many others.