Private Tom Wroe and his family should have been celebrating 19th birthday this week. But last September, Tom became one of the youngest British soldiers to die in Afghanistan when he was killed by a rogue Afghan policeman.
His parents have now opened a new facility in his memory, aimed at helping those with learning difficulties and mental health problems. It's in his home village of Meltham near Holmfirth and it's named the Tom Wroe Unit.
A support centre for young disabled people is opening in Huddersfield today. It's being named after Tom Wroe - a solider from the town - who died in Afghanistan just weeks after his eighteenth birthday.
The village of Meltham was brought to a halt, with shops closing and hundreds lining the street as a full military funeral took place for Private Tom Wroe. The 18 year old soldier was killed by a rogue policeman in Afghanistan last month. Chris Kiddey reports
Private Thomas Wroe is being buried with full military honours in his home village of Meltham, near Huddersfield. Hundreds of people lined the streets to pay their respects as the cortege passed by. The service is being held at St Bartholomew's Church and will be followed by a private burial.
Private Wroe was just 18 when he was shot dead by a rogue Afghan policeman in the Nahr-e-Saraj district of Helmand Province on September 15th along with Sgt Gareth Thursby from Skipton.