With heads bowed in solemn reverence attendees at Remembrance Sunday commemorations across Conwy County will think of those who gave their lives for others in two World Wars.

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

In Llandudno the Remembrance Service will commence in Holy Trinity Church, Llandudno at 9.45am on Sunday. Subsequently the Parade will assemble in Trinity Square, and move off to the War Memorial.

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

Conwy’s Remembrance Sunday will be lead by The Mayor who with members of the town council will assemble at Bodlondeb Cenotaph at 10:40am for the Act of Remembrance. After the laying of wreaths and closing prayers the parade will proceed down Bangor Road toward the Conwy High Street where they will turn into Church Street then onto St Mary’s Church for the Remembrance Sunday Service at 11:30am

In Llandudno Junction a Remembrance Service will be held at 3pm with Rev Juliet Frazer at the Memorial Hall.

Colwyn Bay’s Remembrance Sunday commemorations will start with a service

at St Paul’s Church at 9.45am, followed by the Parade forming up in Woodland

Road, before proceeding to the War Memorial in Queen’s Gardens for the Two

Minutes Silence and Laying of Wreaths.

In Llanrwst the service will be held in Scotland Street Chapel, starting at 10am, followed by the Parade to the War Memorial in Denbigh Street for the Act of

Remembrance and Wreath Laying.

In London a blind veteran from Llandudno will march to the Cenotaph in for Remembrance Sunday with the charity Blind Veterans UK.

John Nicol, aged 81, will be marching at the Cenotaph with more than 100 other blind veterans supported by Blind Veterans UK, the national charity for vision-impaired ex-Service men and women.

John joined the Army in 1955 serving with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. He was demobbed in 1963 as a First Class Craftsman.