Hundred-year-old British World War II veteran Captain Tom Moore is to be knighted after raising nearly $40 million for healthcare charities, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson calling him a "beacon of light" during the coronavirus pandemic.
COLONEL Tom Moore captured the hearts of the nation and now it seems the war hero is a hot commodity in the world of PAs after he was offered £1million-worth of nightclub appearances, The Sun Online can reveal.
From garden-walking former Navy Wren Marjorie Lamb, 99, to squat challenge king and D-Day veteran Albert Allen, 96, Captain Tom Moore has inspired elder citizens across the UK to show their metal for the NHS
The UK's coronavirus death toll increased as the Government looked set to suffer another failure in its Covid-19 strategy and Captain Tom Moore celebrated his 100th birthday as his NHS fundraiser passed £30 million
The war veteran, who is celebrating his 100th birthday today, set about raising £1000 by doing 100 laps of his garden in Marston, Bedfordshire - before his incredible story captured hearts around the world
A Battle of Britain Memorial Flight flypast of a Spitfire and a Hurricane has been organised by the RAF to mark Capt Moore's birthday, and he has been appointed as an honorary colonel of the Army Foundation College
Ten-year-old Imogen Papworth-Heidel wants Britain to do 7.1m keepy-uppies – one of each key worker – to raise money for charities she’s dubbed ‘Covid Heroes’ (Picture: YouTube/ Imogen PH)A young footballer inspired by Captain Tom Moore has urged people to help her reach a target 7.1million keepy-uppies – one for every UK key worker.