Watch a video report from ITV Anglia's Natalie Gray
Captain Tom Moore has become a national treasure, and he's inspired people all over the world with his fund-raising efforts.
His remarkable fundraising campaign has topped £30m for NHS charities as he celebrates his 100th birthday.
Today, thousands of people are honouring him for his excellent work. Including:
A truck that's come all the way from Lancashire:
A tiny Tom figure from the Hertford Yarn bombers:
Painted on the side of the Black Horse pub in Thetford, Norfolk:
To raise that amount of money single handedly is just phenomenal considering his age and certainly what he's done for our country."
Captain Tom's new foal at World Horse Welfare in Norfolk:
The Captain Tom power boat used by the water rescue unit at Wellingborough Fire Station:
The Captain Tom Moore train:
Tom has also inspired 8-year-old Devon Hampton from Thetford who did a thousand star jumps for the NHS in one day.
I am 92 years younger than Captain Tom so I decided to raise money for the NHS just by jumping."
99-year-old Marjorie West from Dedham in Essex also completed 100 laps in her garden.
Thank you letters for him have been written by Ethan, Sienna and Olivia Nunn in Mattishall, Norfolk.
Lawrence Hill from near Sandy in Bedfordshire wrote a song called 'The Walking Man'. He says, Captain Moore represents that generation of Churchillian spirit.
Sam Bailey, a Northampton art teacher, made a Tom tribute from 600 emergency service epaulettes:
Norfolk's Van Gogh made a masterpiece from mud:
He's an absolute legend, he's captain of everyone now so happy birthday Captain Tom have a fab day."
In Canada, a children's entertainer who was formerly from Great Blakenham in Suffolk has made his own special tribute involving 100 balloons.
Artist Charlie Such from Desborough in Northamptonshire turned Tom into a superhero.
And finally, the Phenomenal Firework Company has also honoured him.