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Coronavirus: Captain Tom Moore raises more than £8m for NHS

BBC News Wednesday, 15 April 2020
Tom Moore's efforts to raise money for NHS Charities Together give him "new purpose".
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News video: 99-Year-Old Army Veteran Raises £4.5m For NHS With Back Garden Laps

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Army veteran, Tom Moore, raised more than £4.5m to help the NHS during the pandemic, more than clearing his original fundraising target of £1,000. He did 100 laps of his back garden in Bedfordshire ahead of his 100th birthday later in the month.

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