SERVICES and events to commemorate fallen servicemen and women have been planned to mark Remembrance Sunday.

In Abergele, a remembrance service will take place at St Michael's and St George.

The service at St Michael's will take place on Sunday at 10.15am with Beulah Brass. St George will commemorate remembrance with a service also starting at 10.15am.

St George is hosting a First World War Project - Postcards and Poppies - which will run between Wednesday and Friday.

As part of the poppy and memorabilia exhibition, parishioners and visitors can view the “I am” sayings of Jesus, which have been interpreted with flowers and thoughtful design.

The event is free and refreshments will be served.

There will also be a postcard display.

St Mary's Church, Towyn, will be commemorating by hosting the Sacrifice of War/Celebrating the Joy of Peace.

The event will feature poetry and music of the period. Singer Clara Bloom and the Royal British Legion will be in attendance. The event, on Friday, November 9, will run between 6.30pm and 9pm.

In Rhuddlan, councillors will join residents to honour the sacrifices made by servicemen and women in the two world wars and recent conflicts.

A parade will leave Rhuddlan Community Centre at 10.30am on Sunday and a service in St Mary’s Church will follow at 10.45am. The parade will return to the community centre where local organisations will lay wreaths at the cenotaph.

Light refreshments will be available after the parade.

As well as the Remembrance Service, a special event has been planned for the evening.

Rhuddlan Town Council is playing its part in Battle’s Over, an international commemoration marking 100 years since the guns fell silent at the end of the First World War.

The tribute will take place in St Mary’s Church in Rhuddlan at 6.30pm. Entertainment will be provided by Cor Clwyd.

At 6.55pm a bugler will sound the Last Post and at 7pm, a beacon will be lit in a tribute called Beacons of Light. The will signify the light of peace that emerged from the darkness of four years of war.

At 7.05pm, church bells will ring as part of Ringing Out for Peace.

Cllr Gareth Rowlands, mayor of Rhuddlan, said: “We are proud to be playing a part in this historic international event to commemorate the centenary of the end of the Great War and to recognise the contribution and sacrifice made by the men and women from our own community."

St Mary’s Church and the town's castle will be lit in red as a tribute to Remembrance Day and Battle's Over.

The event is open to everyone.

St Thomas' Church in Rhyl will host a service at 9.30am which will be led by Rev Glen Mansfield.

There will also be a service - Word and Worship - at St Ann's.

A service at 10.50am will then be held at the Rhyl War Memorial. There will be a two-minute silence at 11am.

A maroon will go off at 11am and 11.02am. Charlton Taylor, son of the late Lance Corporal Michael Taylor, will read the Royal British Legion Exhortation.

In Prestatyn, a service of remembrance will take place at 9.30am at the Church of the Holy Spirit, Victoria Road.

A service will also be held at 10.45am at Christ Church, High Street, and a two-minute silence will take place by the town war memorial with the Royal British Legion bugler and standard.

At 3pm, a civic service of remembrance with a parade by uniformed organisation will leave from Christ Church, High Street. This will be supported by politicians.

Members of the Royal British Legion with lay wreaths and there will be a roll of honour.

Prestatyn Town Council and the Royal British Legion has organised a singalong in the precinct area of the high street, opposite the Scala. People can gather and sing along with war time songs in commemoration of the centenary of the end of WW1.

To take part, turn up on Saturday, November 10 at 12pm.

Services of remembrance will also take place in Gwespyr at the village hall at 3pm and in Gronant at the memorial by the institute at 4pm.

In St Asaph, a remembrance service will be held at the city's Cathedral at 9.45am with the Bishop of St Asaph Gregory Cameron. This will be followed by a wreath laying ceremony at the cenotaph.