On his 100th birthday, Colonel Tom Moore was celebrated by the UK with a rendition of Happy Birthday. The army veteran has become a beacon of hope for the nation during the coronavirus pandemic by walking 100 laps of his garden for charity. So far his endeavour has raised over £32 million.
The World War II veteran celebrated his 100th birthday today, after raising almost £30m for the NHS by walking 100 laps of his back garden earlier this month. Captain Tom also scored a number one hit shortly afterwards. Today, as part of a Battle of Britain Memorial, a flyover of signature planes from the war were organised by the RAF to mark his birthday.
The nation might be in lockdown, but that hasn't stopped Colonel Tom from having a birthday to remember.
Archie McInnes flew Hurricanes during the battle in the skies over southern England.
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Our population is growing, getting older, and presenting more complex mental and physical health needs. The NHS will not survive to its 100th birthday unless we do something drastic
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