EVENTS in towns across Conwy honoured the country's fallen heroes on Remembrance Sunday.

Hundreds of people attended a Remembrance Day service at Holy Trinity Church in Llandudno, which was followed by a parade along Mostyn Street and North Shore Promenade before an Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial.

Mayor Cllr. Greg Robbins was in attendance.

North Wales Pioneer: Colwyn Bay memorial parade.Colwyn Bay memorial parade. (Image: Bay of Colwyn Town Council)

A service was also held at Penrhynside Village Hall, Penrhyn Bay, with a remembrance service at the War Memorial.

In Conwy town, a service was held at Bodlondeb, followed by the parade onto the A547 Bangor Road towards Conwy Town centre through the arch entering Rose Hill Street.

The parade then turned left onto the High Street and down Church Street, entering St. Mary's Church for the Remembrance Service led by Rev Canon Philip Hughes.

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Events took place in Colwyn Bay and Old Colwyn, with a parade followed by a service and wreath laying at the War Memorial, Queen's Gardens.

A Bay of Colwyn Town Council spokesperson said: “Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Colwyn Bay Remembrance Sunday parade.

“Even though it was raining and cold the turn-out was great.”