Hundreds of friends, relatives and admirers came together for the funeral today of Bath philanthropist Brian Roper.
We have filmed the moment his coffin left Bath Abbey for the last time, accompanied by the Rector, Edward Mason.
You can see from those watching the respect they held for the 75-year-old former businessman. Mr Roper died earlier this month from cancer, shortly after being made a Freeman of the City of Bath.
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Don Foster MP for Bath has paid tribute to businessman and philanthropist Brian Roper at Bath Abbey.
Hundreds of people are attending the funeral of city businessman Brian Roper at Bath Abbey.
Mr Roper, founder of bathroom firm Roper Rhodes, died earlier this month at the age of 75.
During his lifetime he donated more than £6 million to Bath and was made a Freeman of the city shortly before his death.
More than 500 people are expected to visit Bath Abbey to take part in the 'Light and Sound' day. It's part of a £29,000 project to tell the story of the Abbey's restoration and maintenance since 1942.
Visitors will have the chance to go behind-the-scenes in areas not normally open to the public.
Two meeting places in the region have been given thousands of pounds in grants to help make them more attractive to people to use as community hubs.
The National Churches Trust have given £10,000 to both Bath Quaker Meeting House and St Mary Church in Chard. The money will be used for roof repairs, and changing the community facilities at the Bath Grade 2 listed building near Bath Abbey.