The "Scots" that wis uised in this airticle wis written bi a body that haesna a guid grip on the leid.
Please mak this airticle mair better gin ye can.
Sir Thomas Moore
Breetish Airmy photo, circa 1940
30 Apryle 1920
Keighley, West Riding of Yorkshire, Ingland
|Died||2 Februar 2021(aged 100)|
|Hauf-marrae(s)||Pamela Moore (m. 1968; d. 2006)|
|Years o service||1939–1946|
|Tom's Walk for the NHS (JustGiving)|
Sir Thomas Moore (30 Aprile 1920 – 2 Februar 2021), informally cried Captain Tom, was an umwhile Breetish Airmy officer kent for his philanthropic werk. Moore wis in Indie an the Burma campaign durin the Seicont Warld War. He later became an instructor in airmoured warfare.
On 6 Apryle 2020, at the age o 99, he began tae walk aroond his gairden tae raise siller for NHS Charities Together durin the COVID-19 pandemic, wi the goal o raisin £1,000 bi his hundert birthday. Bi 27 Aprile he haed raised ower £29 million.
In Januar 2021 he wis hospitalised wi COVID-19. He deed on 2 Februar at the age o 100 year.
References[eedit | eedit soorce]
- Brown, Faye (16 Apryle 2020). "The story behind the 99-year-old legend who raised £14m for the NHS". Metro. Retrieved 17 Apryle 2020.
- "Coronavirus: Veteran from Keighley raises over £2 MILLION for NHS". Stray FM. 14 Apryle 2020. Retrieved 15 Apryle 2020.
- Murray, Jessica (15 Apryle 2020). "War veteran, 99, raises £6m for NHS by walking lengths of back garden". The Guardian. Retrieved 15 Apryle 2020.
- "Capt Sir Tom Moore knighted in 'unique' ceremony". BBC News (in Inglis). 17 Julie 2020. Retrieved 17 Julie 2020.