Song Tributes, Birthday Cards, for Tom raising Millions of pounds
Captain Tom Moore, 99yr old war veteran who raised more than £27million for the NHS by completing 100 laps of his garden, has been sent more than 25,000 birthday cards before his 100th birthday on 30 April. says the BBC.
A second tribute song re-worded from David Bowie’s Space Oddity is just brilliant.
With the aid of a walking frame, Capt Tom completed 100 laps of the 25m (82ft) loop in his garden in Marston Moretaine, Bedfordshire, in 10-lap sessions.
Royal Mail will be using a special postmark wishing Capt Tom a happy 100th birthday.
A cover version of You’ll Never Walk Alone with Michael Ball and the NHS Voices of Care Choir has been released and is trending at the number one in the charts.
100% of the money raised from the single will be donated to NHS Charities Together for COVID-19 patients. (justgiving)
His daughter Hannah Ingram-Moore has called him “a beacon of hope in dark times”.
The Keighley Bus Company has dedicated a bus in honour of Captain Tom Moore
Captain Tom has been invited to virtually open a new Nightingale hospital in North Yorkshire, via video link alongside the Health Secretary.
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