The Invitation remembers the centenarian who captured the nation’s heart during the first lockdown. Our condolences are with his friends and family during this time.
“Captain Sir Tom Moore who raised £32 million for the NHS through walking 100 laps his garden, has died at the age of 100. The Centenarian who captured the hearts of the nation during the first lockdown, died in hospital after suffering from Pneumonia and Covid 19. Sir Tom was an inspiration to all, he will be remembered for his courage and determination which captured the hearts of everyone. Tributes have poured in from Buckingham Palace, Downing Street and The White House for the WWII veteran. When our country and our world was struggling Sir Tom gave us hope, put a smile on our faces and made us believe that tomorrow would be a good day.”
Ahmed Belim – Former NHS Deputy Director