COMMUNITIES all over Anglesey and Gwynedd came together to pay their respects to the fallen during Remembrance Sunday.

From Deiniolen to Beaumaris and Amlwch to Bangor, residents of all ages came together to mark the centenary of the end of the First World War.

In Caernarfon, a remembrance service was held on the Maes and names of fallen heroes were displayed on a big screen.

Ashes of the poppies from the memorial garden in the castle in 2016 were also scattered at the town’s Castle.

St. Eleth's church in Amlwch maintained its stunning display of poppies and was also lit up red as part of the Remembrance service.

People in both Beaumaris and Menai Bridge lit a beacon of peace as part of their remembrance service, whilst residents, including RNLI members and councillors, gathered at the cenotaph in Holyhead to lay wreaths.

In Bangor, 20% discounts were given to veterans past and present at the Cove coffee and rum shack.

Following a lively parade, people from all over the city and beyond came together at the Cenotaph to take part in the minutes silence.

The Anglesey Circuit held a special service in the pit lane as part of its annual 'Race for Remembrance' event which was once again well-attended.

Tan Y Bwlch railway, Blaenau Ffestiniog also held a minutes silence and steam engines and trains were decorated with poppies (below).

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