Bedford man to walk 100 lengths of his garden for NHS before his 100th birthday
War veteran to give back after treatment for cancer and a broken hip
We are all rightly being advised to stay home and that is exactly what 99-year-old Tom Moore is doing.
But - having been inspired by the treatment he received from the NHS after breaking his hip and for skin cancer - Tom, who was stationed in India, fighting on the Arakan and Burma during the Second World War, has decided to raise cash before his 100th birthday.
Born in April 1920, Tom - who moved to Marston Moretaine in 2007 - has pledged to walk 100 lengths of his 50 metre-long garden and donate 100 per cent of the funds raised to NHS
The NHS Charities Together represents, supports and champions the work of the NHS’ official charities. It gives £1million a day to the NHS.
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