99-year-old Captain Tom Moore raises more than £14m for NHS by walking in his back garden

Now if you are looking for hope and inspiration during these dark days, then search no further than 99-year-old Captain Tom Moore. (Subscribe: https://bit.ly/C4_News_Subscribe)

He’s raised more than 15 million pounds for NHS charities – by walking a hundred laps of his back garden before his 100th birthday. And with donations still flooding in – the second world war veteran has vowed to keep going. Amid calls for the Captain to be made a knight, Number 10 said the Prime Minister would be looking at ways to recognise his “heroic efforts”.
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