Feb 03, 2021
By Andy Johnson
He’s being hailed as a national hero and the UK Government is planning a proper and appropriate memorial.
As was reported yesterday, Captain Sir Tom Moore has died at the age of 100 from complications of COVID-19, the disease he personally fought with his walker.
The Army veteran won hearts around the world by walking 100 laps of his Bedfordshire garden last spring during the first coronavirus lock down, raising almost $60 Million CAD for The National Health Service Charities.
British Health Secretary Matt Hancock said Captain Tom had “touched the hearts of the nation and his contribution will be market properly and appropriately at the right moment.