At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.

We will remember them in North Wales next Sunday, along with the rest of the United Kingdom and throughout the world, on the 100th anniversary of the guns falling silent on the Western Front.

The War touched every town, every village, almost every street and scarcely a family was left unmarked by the industrialised killing of the First World War.

The Armistice which brought its end will be commemorated and the fallen will be remembered in villages and towns big and small.

In the church of the in Holy Trinity church, Llandudno, where a candle has been lit every day since the anniversary of the War’s start on August 4, 2014, the Remembrance Service will commence at 9.45am on Sunday, prior to the parade to the War Memorial on the promenade.

This will assemble in Trinity Square, and led by the Town Band the procession will consist of

Standard Bearers, the Mayoral Party, the Member of Parliament and Assembly Member,

Members of Llandudno Town Council, Members of Royal British Legion, Members of 148 Cdo

FO Battery, RA, RAF Valley, 203 (Welsh) Field Hospital (V), Royal Naval Association, Army

Associations, Royal Airforce Associations, Air Crew Association, Sea Cadets, Army Cadets, Air

Training Corps, North Wales Police, Fire Service, RNLI, St John Ambulance Brigade, Scouts,

Guides etc, RVS, British Red Cross Society, other voluntary organisations.

It will move off turning left onto Mostyn Street and onto the Promenade via St. Georges Place,

turning left in the direction of the War Memorial where the parade will be guided to form a

hollow square facing the Memorial.

In Penrhynside the Service of Remembrance will be held at 10.15am at the Village Hall.

A beacon will be lit on the Great Orme at 7.00pm on Remembrance Sunday.

A service to commemorate the fallen of the Boer War will be held at St Tudno’s Church on the Great Orme, starting at 9.00am on Saturday.

In Colwyn Bay the Parade will leave Lansdowne Road for the laying of wreaths at the War Memorial, Queens Gardens, afterwards it will proceed to St Paul’s Church for the Remembrance Service.

Old Colwyn’s commemoration begins with a service at 10.00am at St Catherine’s and St John's Church, Station Road. At 10.40am the congregation will walk to the War Memorial on Abergele Rd to lay wreaths and observe the two minutes silence.

A number of Old Colwyn servicemen, who fell during the War and did not have their names recorded on the War Memorial will be honoured with their names recorded on a new plaque which will be attached to the Memorial.

Penmaenmawr has several events planned for the Remembrance weekend. A Time to Remember: 1918, event will be hosted in the community centre to commemorate the end of the War, celebrate women achieving the vote and 100 years of campaigns by the Women’s Institute. On Sunday Remembrance Services will be held at the Memorials outside the community centre, Penmaenmawr and at the Memorial Green, outside St Gwynan’s church, Dwygyfylchi, beginning at 10.40am.

In Llanfairfechan the Remembrance Day Parade will leave the Town Hall at 10:30am to walk to the Cenotaph with the service following. The There But Not There national art project’s perspex silhouettes will be seen in the town hall and in local churches as a reminder of the comrades who did not return home.

A grey shire horse and a service dog who will wear purple poppies in remembrance of animals killed in war, will join the parade in Conwy. At Bodlondeb at 10.55 am wreaths will be laid and with the parade will form up at 11:10a.m. It will be led by the instrumentalists and drummers of the Cambrian Band and will proceed from Bodlondeb to Lancaster Square and continue to St Marys church for the Remembrance Service.

In Cerrig-y-Drudion a service will be held at St Mary's church on Sunday at 10.00am prior to the wreath laying at the Centotaph.

A service will be held at St Mary’s church, Betws-y-Coed, starting at 10.00am before the wreath laying in the Memorial Room at the Memorial Hall at 11.00 am.

A Commemoration of the Armistice will be held at All Saints church, Deganwy on Wednesday November 7, which will take the form of readings, most of which were written at the time. The names of the local men who are on the War Memorial in the church will be read out.

THE names of World War One fallen from the Mochdre area will be read out and the Last Post played in the Armistice service at St Cystennins Church, Llangystennin, starting at 10.45 on Sunday. Prayers will be said over three war graves in the churchyard.

The Remembrance Service at St. Grwst’s Church, Llanrwst will begin at 10.00am followed by a short service at the town’s War Memorial at 11.00am. Llanrwst Guides and Brownies have prepared pebbles on which they have painted poppies on one side, and on the other side of each pebble they have inscribed the name of one individual whose name is on the War Memorial. The pebbles have been placed around town and local people are encouraged to find them and bring them to lay on the Memorial.

The Llandudno Friendship Link is holding an evening to commemorate the end of the War at Craig y Don community centre. The event starts at 7:30pm and members are asked to dress in the style of 1918, there will be music and food typical of the period.

The Blind Veterans UK charity, will open its doors to the public on Sunday to remember the fallen at a special two minutes silence and Last Post bugle call played by blind veteran Billy Baxter.

Amateur dramatic group Stageright will perform a play, After the Flags and Bands, by Anglesey writer Allan Williams at Rhos Methodist church hall on Saturday and Sunday starting at 7.30pm.

After the Armistice was signed in a railway carriage in a clearing in the Forest of Compiegne, north of Paris, at the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, the guns fell silent and all became quiet on the Western Front save for the birdsong.