Soliders from the 2nd Battalion the Royal Welsh have been on parade for the last time today, before they merge with the 1st Battalion.
It is one of 17 major units being lost as the size of the army is cut.
Hundreds of people came out in Penarth in the Vale of Glamorgan to greet the soldiers.
Soldiers from the 2nd Battalion the Royal Welsh have marched for the last time today. In the new year the troops will merge with the 1st Battalion. A parade today in Penarth was led by Taffy the Regimental Goat and the Band and Corps of Drums of the Royal Welsh.
The merge of the regiments was announced as part of the Army 2020 structure.
The A4160 Penarth Road is closed heading towards Penarth from Cardiff. That's due to flooding between Brindley Road and Llandough Hill. Police are directing traffic.
Albert Primary School will reopen to pupils on Monday after it was deemed unsafe last week.
Staff at the school in Penarth noticed cracks in the ceiling and it was decided the school should close while a full inspection took place.
Repairs were required to three halls, the dining room, two classrooms and a corridor. The repair work is expected to completed by tomorrow.
The Council’s Cabinet has confirmed funding for improvements to the school had already been set aside for the year.
Cllr Chris Elmore, Cabinet Member for Children’s Services, said:
“The Council are developing plans with the Governing Body to spend the £135,000 available this financial year for Albert Primary to carry out extensive improvements to the school to reduce the risk of further closures.
We appreciate the difficulties that unplanned closures of schools cause parents and investigated options to try to open part of the school last week. Unfortunately this was not possible. I would like to thank parents, carers and children for their patience.”
Wales' largest teaching union is warning children's education is being damaged by dilapidated school buildings.
The NUT says hundreds across the country are not up to scratch.
It comes as Albert Primary School in Penarth in the Vale Of Glamorgan was declared unsafe and shut down due to a dangerous roof.
That is left the parents of more than four hundred children juggling work and last minute childcare.
Vale of Glamorgan Council says Albert Primary School in Penarth has been closed due to damaged ceilings - and will probably have to remain closed for the remainder of the week.
It says staff noticed yesterday that there were areas of loose plaster on two ceilings.
After an inspection, it was decided the school should be closed for further investigations.
Parents have been told the primary school - which has 450 pupils - will probably have to stay closed this week, while repairs are undertaken.
Next week is half-term.
The council says there is no issue with asbestos in the ceilings.
– Cllr Chris Elmore, Cabinet Member for Children’s Services
Our officers think the damage has been the result of a water leak, probably caused by the extremely heavy rain we had over the weekend. The damaged ceilings are over two halls, which lead to the classrooms.
My priority is the safety of the children and staff, so unfortunately we have to close the school while we make the ceilings safe. We apologise to parents for the inconvenience and I will make sure our officers do everything they can to have the school open again as soon as possible.
A primary school in the Vale of Glamorgan has been closed, after an inspection found parts of it were unsafe.
Albert Primary School in Penarth was founded in 1878 and is Grade II listed.
The school posted a statement on its website stating that after an inspection by Vale of Glamorgan Council, the governing body had "reluctantly taken the decision to close the school with immediate effect."
More than 380 children attend the school, with a further 70 in its nursery unit.
A 69 year-old pensioner found seriously injured in the middle of a road in Penarth in the early hours of Satuday morning "had fallen", police say.
It was initially suspected the man may have been the victim of a hit and run or assault.
But South Wales Police told ITV News they have now "negated" the possibility that a vehicle was involved and say there were "no suspicious circumstances."
Police also confirmed the pensioner's condition is not life threatening.
South Wales Police is appealing for information after a 69 year-old man was found lying in the middle of a road in Penarth with serious injuries in the early hours of this morning.
Officers suspect he was hit by a vehicle which may not have stopped at the scene and has since failed to report the incident. However police have failed to rule out the possibility that the man may have been the victim of an assault.
Police are appealing for anyone with information about the incident in Grove Terrace to come forward.