Father and daughter make life-size balloon model of Captain Tom Moore
A father and daughter have made a life-size balloon model of Captain Tom Moore to honour his fundraising achievements.
Craig Cash, 39, and his nine-year-old daughter Olivia-Mae have been creating intricate balloon models during the lockdown period and displaying them in their garden in Horncastle, Lincolnshire.
Their latest effort, depicting 99-year-old Captain Tom as he walked 100 laps of his garden to raise money for the NHS, has proved a big hit on social media – even winning the approval of the man himself.
Captain Sir Tom Moore helps to launch the Lloyd Scott Three Peaks Challenge inhis Bedfordshire garden. Captain Tom enjoyed a race with Lloyd, who will dothe challenge in his deep-sea diving suit for the Lord's Taverners charity, ofwhich the iconic centenarian is an honorary member.
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Captain Sir Tom Moore is getting the big screen treatment following a fiercebidding war. The life story of the centenarian, who raised more than £32million for the NHS by walking laps of his Bedfordshire garden, will be shotnext year. The Second World War veteran quipped: “I don’t know of any 100-year-old actors but I’m sure Michael Caine or Anthony Hopkins could do awonderful job if they were prepared to age up!”
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A great-great-grandmother spent three months knitting a model hospital calledKnittingale to raise funds for the NHS. Margaret Seaman, 91, used 34 balls ofwool to make the masterpiece at the bungalow she shares with her 72-year-olddaughter Tricia Wilson in Caister-on-Sea, near Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.
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A British World War II veteran has gone viral for a fundraiser that he hosted to raise money for healthcare workers.On April 10, 99-year-old Captain Tom Moore announced that he would team up with the..
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