SERVICES will be held across Wrexham and Flintshire on Remembrance Sunday and Monday, November 11 for Armistice Day, to remember those who have lost their lives in conflicts.

Wrexham’s Annual Service of Remembrance will take place at the Royal Welch Fusilier Memorial at Bodhyfryd on Sunday, November 10 starting at 10.55am.

At 10.59am, a bugler will sound the “Last Post” and the two minute silence will be observed.

Members of the public are invited to attend this very poignant event to remember those who fought and lost their lives during World War One, World War Two, and subsequent conflicts.

The Order of Service is available to download from the council's website in advance but copies will also be available on the day.

The public are advised that barriers will be put in place at 10.30am at Chester Street (adjacent to the former Feathers pub); Holt Street (by the Welch Fusilier pub) and Chester Road (near the Chester Road/Powell Road roundabout) to allow the parade to pass safely and to secure the surrounding area.

Access to the Bodhyfryd Car Park adjacent to Waterworld will therefore be available only until 10.30am.

Facilities will be available for elderly, infirm or disabled persons to follow the service from inside the Memorial Hall.

There will be no charges for parking in all council owned town centre car parks, except Tŷ Pawb, from 10am.

Armistice Day will be remembered on Monday, November 11 on Queen’s Square and the air raid siren will be sounded for this event at 11am.

Gwersyllt: A parade will precede the annual Service of Remembrance in Gwersyllt on Sunday.

Community leaders and local groups, including the Army Cadet Force and Scouts and Guides, will march to the War Memorial at the junction of Old Mold Road and Wheatsheaf Lane.

The parade will convene at 10.30am at Hazel Avenue and walk down Wheatsheaf Lane to the War Memorial.

In order to ensure the safety of participants and pedestrians, a temporary traffic order is in place meaning that Wheatsheaf Lane from its junction with Hazel Avenue to its junction with Old Mold Road will be closed to all vehicular traffic between 10.30am and 11.30am.

Connah’s Quay and Shotton: A service will begin at 10am on Sunday outside the Civic Hall, Connah's Quay, followed by a parade at 10.30am to the Connah’s Quay and Shotton War Memorial for a service and laying of poppy wreaths.

In addition to commemorating Armistice Day on November 11, there will be an unveiling of a new plaque on the Memorial dedicated to a further 23 local people who were killed during World War One.

Also, the Connah's Quay and Shotton Interservices Committee will be inviting people to witness the burial of a time capsule for future generations to learn how we remembered the fallen.

Flint: People will gather at the British Legion for 2.30pm and walk to the Flint Cenotaph, arriving at 3pm on Sunday. This will be followed by a parade around the town starting at Chapel Street and working its way through Duke Street, Chester Street and up Church Street.

On Monday, which will see the nation fall silent at 11am to mark Armistice Day, people wishing to pay their respects at the Flint Cenotaph will be assembling before 11am for the minute’s silence.

Holywell: A service of Remembrance will be held at St. James Parish Church, in Holywell on Sunday, November 10 at 10.45am followed by a short service and wreath-laying at the Memorial Gates at Panton Place.

Prior to the service, there will be a march along the Ring Road to Well Street (St James Parish Church). Those of whom marching shall first assemble in the Lidl car park off the Ring Road at 10.25 am.

At about 11.45 am, following the service at the Parish Church, the Unit will march from Well Street to the Memorial Gates at Panton Place. The march will be followed by a parade including civic guests, town councillors, local organisations and ex-servicemen.

Mold: The Remembrance Sunday parade will begin at 9:30am through the town to St Mary's Church and arrive at the cenotaph. Participants should assemble in the car park behind Wrexham Road/Glanrafon Road at 9.20am.

Hawarden: The Community Council in Hawarden organises the Annual Remembrance Sunday Service at the Hawarden War Memorial on behalf of the Hawarden and Ewloe Royal British Legion.

The service on Sunday will be preceded by a parade from the Gladstone Playing Fields Car Park to the Hawarden Memorial.

The parade will assemble at Gladstone Playing Fields Car Park at 10.30am and commence at 10.40am, arriving at the Hawarden Memorial at 10.50am, where the service and wreath laying will take place.