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Coronavirus: 99-year-old war veteran raises over £4m for NHS by walking around his garden

Independent Wednesday, 15 April 2020
'It seems almost like fairy land to think that we started off at 1,000 to a sum of money that's not believable, is it?' says Captain Tom Moore
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News video: Veteran Tom Moore, 99, raises £12m for NHS after completing charity walk

Veteran Tom Moore, 99, raises £12m for NHS after completing charity walk 01:43

A 99-year-old war veteran who has won the hearts of the nation by fundraising for the NHS has achieved his goal of 100 laps of his garden - raising more than £12 million. Captain Tom Moore completed the final four of the 25-metre laps at his Bedfordshire home on Thursday morning, with a special...

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