Remembrance sUDNAYThere are few anniversaries in the calendar that are more poignant and meaningful than Remembrance Sunday. It’s a time for us to put aside our material possessions, take stock and to commemorate those who helped us to get where we are today.

If you would like to take part in honouring the lives and deaths of Britain’s brave servicemen, there are many services taking place all over the Isle of Anglesey this week.

Menai Bridge
St Mary’s Church will be holding a bilingual morning prayer on the 6th of November as well as a full service on the 9th of November from 9.45am.

Holyhead
St Cybi’s Church have Said Eucharist on the 9th of November from 8.30am for a remembrance service with an Act of Remembrance at the Cenotaph from 10.45

Llanfair PG
A Remembrance Sunday service will be held at Rhos y Gad chapel from 10am and then Act of Remembrances at the Cenotaph from 10.45am.

Amlwch
You can join in a parade from Scout’s Hall at 9.30am which continues into a full church service at 9.45am. Wreath laying will also take place followed by two minutes of silence from 11am.

Marianglas
Llaneugrad Church will be the venue for a touching service on Remembrance Sunday from 11.30am. Laying of the wreaths will follow shortly after at the village green at 12.20pm. The organiser would like to stress that all are welcome, you can contact him on 01407 832646 for more information.

Bangor
A parade through the High Street will take place on Remembrance Sunday and will then continue into the cathedral for the service which begins at 9.45am. The laying of the wreaths will begin at 11am and then the congregation will carry on with the parade onto Deiniol Road.

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