WITH heads bowed in solemn reverence attendees at Remembrance Sunday commemorations across Anglesey and Gwynedd will think of those who gave their lives for others in two World Wars.

In Bangor the Parade will assemble outside Boots, High Street, Bangor, at 9.20 a.m. before marching to the Cathedral in time for the start of the Service at 9.45a.m.

The wreath laying ceremony and a short service will be held at the Cenotaph at 11.00 a.m. directly following the Cathedral service.

The Remembrance service in Caernarfon will be held in Castle Square starting at 10.45am, followed by the laying of wreaths ceremony and two minutes silence.

Llangefni’s Remembrance commemorations will commence at 10.20am with the parade gathering in the town hall car park before proceeding to the Cenotaph in Glanhwfa Road for the service at 10.50am.

The parade will form up in Beaumaris outside the town hall at 9.45am before marching to St Mary’s Church for the service at 10am, and will move to the Cenotaph for the laying of wreaths and two minutes silence at the Cenotaph.

At 11.30 the parade will reassemble for the march past the town hall lead by Beaumaris Silver Band. At 1.30pm poppy posies will be laid on war graves in Beaumaris cemetery, with a service following at 3pm at the Old David Hughes school.

The Remembrance Service in Holyhead will start at 10am in St Cybi Church. This will be followed by the Parade marching to the Cenotaph for the laying of wreaths and two minutes silence.

Remembrance will be commemorated by drivers, their supporters and spectators at the Anglesey Circuit during the 1,000 kilometre Race of Remembrance. The race will be stopped at 10.40am for a service will be held in the pit lane.