1. ITV Report

Bedfordshire veteran,103, Britain's oldest poppy seller

Wally Randall's father was killed just a day before World War One ended. Despite that, he went on to serve in the Second World War.

In 1940, he left his job at Vauxhall in Luton to join the Royal Army Service Corps.

Wally Randall Credit: ITV Anglia

His sense of duty didn't stop there he has been selling poppies in Leighton Buzzard for over 50 years.

At 103 he is the oldest Royal British Legion poppy seller in the entire country.

Wally Randall during WW2 Credit: ITV Anglia

"Last year I collected over 1000 pounds. I think they need the money for those poor fellows to be looked after.

"They deserve some support. While I have the energy it is nice to come here and meet all these people."

– Wally Randall