Today is the 100th birthday of Colonel Tom Moore and people across the Midlands have been paying tribute to him and his incredible fundraising achievement.
Colonel Moore - formally Captain Tom Moore - has been given the title of Colonel today after successfully raising over £30 million for the NHS after walking 100 laps of his garden.
People across the Midlands have paid tribute to him, including through a mural, with one painted in Tamworth this week to celebrate this achievements.
The mural was commissioned by businessman Andy Farrington, who runs Bradley Scott Windows in Tamworth.
A Spitfire and Hurricane from the RAF's Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, who are based at RAF Coningsby in Lincolnshire, have also performed a flypast to mark Colonel Tom Moore's 100th birthday and his fundraising achievements.
They flew past the Colonel's home in Bedfordshire in an aerial salute.
The Great Western Railway (GWR) train named after him was announced yesterday and goes into service today, on his birthday.
It will operate on routes between Cheltenham Spa, Worcester and Hereford.
GWR have said that the train will carry key workers to and from work.
The name was chosen after the force set up an online vote to name the two-month-old puppy after NHS Heroes - and the name suggestion of Captain Tom Moore won with an 'overwhelming majority.'
They're hoping the new recruit - who will be affectionately known as Tommy - will also make a big difference to help others in future.
A birthday cake has also been made to celebrate Colonel Tom Moore's 100th birthday.
The cake was made by Chetan Vallabh, and was later donated to Lester Hall care home in Leicester.
A number of services across the Midlands have also wished Colonel Tom Moore a happy 100th birthday.