He captured the world's hearts…. Captain Sir Tom Moore has now been laid to rest with full military honours—his family paying tribute to the British veteran as a beacon of light and hope to the world. @eddy_meyer #9News
Britain has bid farewell to Captain Sir Tom Moore with a televised funeral for the 100-year-old war veteran who became a global hero for his extraordinary fundraising efforts during the coronavirus pandemic.
Captain Sir Tom Moore’s daughter says ‘daddy, you may be gone but your spirit lives on’ at NHS hero’s funeral
Sir Captain Tom Moore raised millions of dollars and became a beacon of hope during the pandemic. The British war veteran has been honoured with a military guard of honour and a special flypast at his funeral. @sarahgreenhalghs #7NEWS
The funeral of Captain Sir Tom Moore, the British World War Two veteran who raised millions for health service workers, was held at Bedford Crematorium in central England with his daughters leading emotional tributes
'Daddy, you may be gone, but your spirit lives on': Captain Sir Tom Moore's family pay heartfelt tributes at his funeral
Captain Sir Tom Moore dies aged 100 after contracting coronavirus and pneumonia
Rest in Peace Captain Sir Tom Moore. You inspired millions of people across the UK & U.S. at one of the most difficult times we've ever faced. Your legacy will live on and continue to inspire. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family and friends.
The family of Captain Sir Tom Moore say "it is with great sadness that we announce the death of our dear father" who has died at the age of 100 For more on this and other news visit
The Queen is sending a private message of condolence to the family of Captain Sir Tom Moore. Her Majesty very much enjoyed meeting Captain Sir Tom and his family at Windsor last year. Her thoughts and those of the Royal Family are with them.
Tonight the Union Flag flies at half mast in memory of the life of Captain Sir Tom Moore.
RIP Captain Sir Tom Moore, 100. A magnificent man. A national hero. In our darkest hour since WW2, he rallied Britain with his resilience, courage and optimism. Let us all heed his mantra in our own lives: ‘Tomorrow will be a good day.’ Thank you, Tom.
It is with great sadness that we have learnt of the death of Captain Sir Tom Moore. An exceptional man and soldier to the end, our thoughts are with his family and friends at this difficult time.