River Avon boat victims' funeral held in Barford

Julian Mynott with his son Freddie Julian Mynott and his son Freddie died in the boating accident on Saturday 12 May

The funeral of a three-year-old boy and his father who died in an accident on the River Avon in Warwickshire has taken place.

Julian Mynott, 42, and his son Freddie, died when their rowing boat capsized near the weir in Barford, on 12 May.

Rescuers were able to save Mr Mynott's two other children, Florence, 6, and seven-year-old Archie, who were both pulled from the river.

The funeral was held at St Peter's Church, in Barford.

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