Llangollen gathered for the 2022 Sunday Remembrance service to pay respect to past and present soldiers and servicemen. 

Crowds gathered for the annual Remembrance Service and Parade in Llangollen this morning, Sunday. 

The service in Centenary Square was led by Father Lee Taylor of St Collen's Church and included the traditional two minutes' silence at 11am and the sounding of Last Post and Reveille by a bugler.

Various local organisations, including Army, Royal Navy and Royal Air Force Cadets, laid poppy wreaths on the war memorial as the names of the fallen of two world wars were read out.

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The parade which followed, led by Llangollen Silver Band, made its way through the town centre.

In the absence of the Town Mayor, Cllr Shea Ferron laid the wreath on behalf of the Town Council and the people of Llangollen. 

This marked an historic moment in the life of Llangollen Town Council as Cllr Ferron is the youngest ever Town Councillor to sit on the Town Council.

At just 19 years old Cllr Ferron was appointed in May of this year. The former student of Ysgol Dinas Bran is currently studying Performing Art at the Institute for Contemporary Theatre Manchester.