COMMUNITIES across Anglesey and Gwynedd will come together this Sunday to pay their respects to fallen heroes of the First World War on Remembrance Day.

In Bangor, the parade will assemble by the clock for 9.20am before marching up the High Street to the cathedral in time for the start of the service at 9.45am.

They will then gather at the Cenotaph for around 10.50am before a two-minute silence is observed at 11am, followed by a wreath laying ceremony and a short service.

The newly opened Cove Coffee and Rum Shack on Sackville Road will be offering a 20% discount to ex-soldiers, veterans and serving soldiers between 10am and 12.30pm.

In Caernarfon, proceedings will start for 10.45am, with the main service and parade taking place on the Castle square (organised by the Town Council and the British Legion).

At noon, there will be a projection of the names of local people who lost their lives in the First World War on a screen by the Lloyd George statue and the Llanrug band will play.

The bells of St Mary’s and Llanbeblig will be rung at 12.30pm and a service will take place inside the castle for 2.30pm.

At 8pm, a beacon will be lit on top of the yacht club.

In Beaumaris, the parade will line up outside the Town Hall for 9.45am before being led to St Mary’s church by the Beaumaris Silver Band.

A service of remembrance will begin for 10am before the outdoor service and the laying of the wreaths begins at 11am at the cenotaph.

At 1.30pm, poppies will be laid on war graves in Beaumaris Cemetery.

Following that, there will be a remembrance service at the old David Hughes School (3pm) and a lighting of the beacon ceremony will begin at 7pm, before a celebratory peal of bells from St. Mary’s church.

The Maritime museum in Holyhead will be offering free entry to their ‘War Exhibition’ event.

Starting at 2pm, the exhibit will pay homage to the service and sacrifice of previous Holyhead generations.

Menai Bridge Town Council has arranged a “Battle’s Over” event.

Starting at 6.15pm with a performance by Menai Bridge Brass Band.

Then, the Last Post will take place at 6.55 before the lighting of the beacon, which will be lit at 7pm on Cei Bont on Beach Road in Menai Bridge.

The bells will ring out for peace from St Mary’s Church around 7.05pm.

The Amlwch parade will start from the fire station at 9:15am, then continue towards the church.

A service will commence at 10am, followed by a small parade to the cenotaph at approximately 10:40am.

There will then be a service outside the cenotaph, to include The Last Post, two minutes of silence, Reveille and a single gun salute.

Once this is finished, local children who have also paraded will read the names of the 101 fallen in Amlwch and place a cross in the ground.

Amlwch is also hosting a Remembrance Noson Lawen event from 7pm on Saturday at the memorial hall.

Proceeds will go to Commonwealth Graves Commission, tickets £7 each.

In Llangefni, residents are asked to gather at the old memorial column for around 10.30am before the service takes place at 11am - led by Steve Leyland and Tony Griffiths.

Anglesey Circuit will host its annual ‘Race of Remembrance’. Starting on Saturday night, 50 teams will compete in a 12-hour race, followed by a Heroes Dinner.

A Remembrance service will be held in the pit-lane on Sunday.