* Last year's Service of Remembrance in Centenary Square.
Llangollen's annual Service of Remembrance will take place at the war memorials in Centenary Square this Sunday morning.
The parade will form up in Market Street at 10.40am and march off at 10.45am.
The route will start in Market St and go across Castle Street into Oak Street, turning left on to Chapel Street then left on to Bridge Street before forming up on Centenary Square.
After the service, to be led by the Vicar of Llangollen, Father Lee Taylor, and including the traditional bugle calls and silence just before 11am and the laying of wreaths, the band will form up on the corner of Castle/Bridge Street followed by representatives of the Town Council, service standards, Llangollen branch of the Royal British Legion and other local organisations and clubs.
Setting off up Castle Street the parade will turn left into Oak Street, left into Chapel Street, left into Bridge Street.
As the parade passes the two war memorials there will be an "eyes left" order before it heads back on to Castle Street and Oak Street eventually falling out in Oak Street.
* Anyone picking up a wreath from the Town Council chambers for Sunday morning has been reminded that they are not free.
The cost of a wreath is a minimum of £18.50p and can be paid by either cash or cheque, both playable when you collect the wreaths to the Town Clerk. Cheques can be made payable to the Poppy Appeal.