Etsy seller creates charitable banner inspired by Captain Tom Moore

Maisie Bovingdon
Shopping writer
Etsy seller makes banner in honour of Captain Tom Moore with all proceeds going to the NHS. (Getty Images)

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Second World War veteran Captain Tom Moore stole the nation’s hearts when he walked 100 lengths of his 25-metre garden ahead of his 100th birthday to raise money for the NHS.

The 99-year-old, from Bedfordshire, exceeded his expectations of meeting his £1,000 target and has now raised over £18 million for NHS Charities Together.

People across the nation have hailed Moore - who will celebrate his landmark birthday on 30 April - an “inspiration”.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson, as well as Prince William, have shown their gratitude.

The Duke of Cambridge called Moore as “an absolute legend” in an interview with the BBC and made a personal donation to the campaign.

Now, a brand called HangEmHighPrints, who sell their products on Etsy, has backed the appeal.

The Pembrokeshire-based creators released a handmade banner featuring a quote Moore gave during an interview with Piers Morgan and Susannah Reid on Good Morning Britain.

Buy it: Tomorrow will be a good day - Captain Tom Moore Canvas Fabric Wall Banner | £18 from Etsy

Tomorrow will be a good day - Captain Tom Moore Canvas Fabric Wall Banner

It reads: “Tomorrow will be a good day.”

The canvas banner, which measures 21 x 25 cm, has the quote printed on in black font, and costs just £18. All of the money made will be donated to Moore’s appeal.

The label shared the news of their latest initiative on their Instagram account, and the post has been flooded with praise by fellow social media users.

One commented: “I just ordered one he is so inspirational and we all need this light right now thank you.”

Another added: “LOVE this.”

“Well I think it still a lovely gesture, just like your work, and I can’t wait to show it off. Thank you very much”, gushed a third.

Donations to NHS Charities Together can be made at Moore’s fundraising page here.