SEVERAL events to commemorate fallen servicemen and women have been planned across the region to mark Remembrance Sunday tomorrow.

Prestatyn Town's Air Cadet marching will lead their parade. The event will begin with a muster at central car park, behind the parish church for 2.15pm. Then, the parade will officially begin at 2.30pm before a service takes place in the church for 3pm.

The Meliden Remembrance will take place at Meliden Memorial Gardens on Sunday 10th November 2019 at 11.00am.

The Service of Remembrance at the church of St Melyd will commence at 11.15am to allow anyone at the Memorial Gardens time to reach the Church before the service begins.

In Towyn, a service will be held at St Mary’s Church for 10.30am. Guests will then congregate outside near the Cenotaph for 10.55am where laying of wreaths will take place.

The service will be led by Mr Iain Martin of the Royal British Legion and wreathe layers will include the likes of Mayor Councillor Morris Jones and Darren Millar AM.

In Abergele, the Remembrance Parade will march off from Peel Street at 9.45am accompanied by the Everton Pipe & Drum Band, via Water Street and Market Street to St Michael’s Church Abergele.

The Church service begins at 10.15am followed by the wreath laying ceremony at the Cenotaph. After laying wreaths, the Parade will reassemble and march back to Peel Street accompanied by the band.

At St. George's the Church service will commence at 10.15am followed by the ceremony at the War Memorial where the Deputy Mayor and British Legion will lay a wreath.

In Rhyl, this years Remembrance Sunday Service will take place from 9.30am at St Thomas’ Church followed by a parade to the Gardens of Remembrance for the two minute silence and wreath laying service thereafter.

Armistice Day on November 11 will be marked by a short Service/Prayers by Reverend Mansfield and a two minute silence to take place at the Gardens of Remembrance for 11am.

Rhuddlan Town Council will join with residents to honour the fallen at this year’s Remembrance Sunday.

On November 10, the sacrifices made by servicemen and women in the two world wars and recent conflicts will be remembered.

A parade will leave Rhuddlan Community Centre at 10.30am. This will be followed by a service in St Mary’s Church at 10.45am.

The parade will return to the community centre where local organisations will lay wreaths at the Cenotaph.

Cllr Arwel Roberts, mayor of Rhuddlan, said that a ‘very warm welcome’ will be given to everybody wanting to be a part of Rhuddlan’s Remembrance day.

In St Asaph, a remembrance service will be held at the Cathedral at 9.45am. This will be followed by a wreath laying ceremony at Cenotaph.

Anyone who would like to lay a wreath should make themselves known to the clerk at the entrance of the Cathedral on the morning.