A service takes place this afternoon for a penniless mining activist spared a pauper's funeral following a fundraising campaign backed by Hollywood actor Michael Sheen.
Dave Green was a well-known campaigner against open-cast mining in Rhymney and a member of United Valleys Action Group.
He lost his battle with cancer last month - but died with no money and no family.
Newport-born Sheen met the 73-year-old while filming a documentary and was among those who backed a campaign to give Mr Green a proper send-off.
More than £4,000 has been raised by the local community for the funeral this afternoon.
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