The funeral of Bee Gee Robin Gibb will see his coffin pulled by a horse-drawn carriage with glass sides.
The funeral of Bee Gees star Robin Gibb, who lived in Manchester during his early life, will take place next week.
Bee Gees star Robin Gibb has shown signs of recovery after waking from a coma by responding to his family, his spokesman said.
This report was first broadcast on Granada Reports on May 21, 2012
Robin Gibb's coffin will pulled by a horse-drawn carriage ahead of his funeral today.
The glass-sided carriage will be pulled by four horses and his coffin will be visible inside.
Hundreds of fans are expected to travel to Thame in Oxfordshire where the service is taking place.
He died from kidney failure last month after a battle with cancer.
Bee Gee Robin Gibb, who died last month, will be laid to rest today.
He and his brothers Barry and Maurice were born in the Isle of Man and spent part of their childhood living in Manchester.
A horse-drawn carriage will pull his coffin through Thame in Oxfordshire, where he lived in later life.
Bee Gees star Robin Gibb is fighting for his life after contracting pneumonia in his battle against cancer.
The 62-year-old who was born in the Isle of Man and brought up in the Chorlton area of Manchester is in hospital in London. Get the full story here.