The funeral of a Welsh soldier, who had returned from his fourth tour in Afghanistan and died on holiday in France, has been held in Cardiff.
Corporal Simon Daw, who was 26 and from the city, served with 1st Battalion The Royal Welsh.
He went missing in February, whilst on a snowboarding holiday with friends at the resort Les Deux Alpes.
His body was found in April.
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