Captain Tom Moore, the World War II veteran who has raised millions for the NHS, has turned 100 today, 30 April 2020.
The Queen has made him an honorary colonel and the West Country, with the rest of Britain, is wishing him a happy birthday.
People living in the West Country are among more than 100,000 people who have sent cards to the veteran fundraiser. There are so many they've filled an entire school in his home in Bedfordshire, closed of course, because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The sky's the limit when it comes to presents for Captain Tom
Captain Tom's extraordinary presents have included a World War II flypast and that huge honour from the Queen - being made an honorary colonel. Find out more here:
Brixham trawler Adela BM79 creates unique birthday message for Captain Tom
Gloucester nursery makes a birthday video for Captain Tom
Children at Barnwood Into-Play in Gloucestershire have recorded a birthday video for Captain Tom, who has also joined the nursery's wall of heroes.
Six-year-old Bath fundraiser Harmonie-Rose Allen wishes Captain Tom happy birthday on national ITV
Captain Tom Moore wished a happy 100th birthday with the sound of Great Western Railway train horns
Captain - now Colonel - Tom Moore has raised nearly £30m for NHS charities by doing laps of his garden during the lockdown. Great Western Railway - which connects the South West with London - has named a train in his honour and has recorded a video wishing him happy birthday using the sound of train horns.
Minehead man makes scrap metal model of Captain Tom doing his laps
Minehead councillor Steven Heard is well-known in the West Country for cleaning up the seaside resort in his spare time. Since the lockdown, he can't go out in his specially-adapted buggy so has taken to making metal sculptures in his workshop.
He's made a scrap metal version in honour of Captain Tom's fundraising efforts.
Plympton cake maker raises £120 with Captain Tom creation
This is just one of the cakes we've seen baked in the West Country for Captain Tom. He won't get to eat it as his supporters said it would be better to raffle it for his NHS appeal . Sam Duckett from Plympton raised £120 and says she'll be sending him a photo with the money.
Gloucestershire singer performs a wartime classic in honour of Captain Tom
While many will be singing 'Happy Birthday' to World War II veteran Captain Tom at 8.05pm this evening, Thursday 30 April, one singer is taking him on a trip down memory lane.
Anne Rayleen, who runs a dog grooming company in Stroud, has recorded 'White Cliffs of Dover', for "an amazing man who has been a Godsend for the NHS".