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A forest of thank-yous! School hall is filled with 120,000 birthday cards wishing Captain Tom a happy 100th

NHS fundraising hero Captain Tom Moore has received 120,000 birthday cards wishing him well and thanking him for his incredible fundraising feat - but the Second World War veteran has turned down offers of gifts and instead asked for them to go to coronavirus sufferers. Second World War veteran Tom, 99, set out to raise £1,000 for NHS Communities by doing laps of his garden in Marston Moretaine, Bedfordshire before his 100th birthday on Thursday, April 30. After passing that target in less than 24 hours, donations have poured in support of Captain Tom and his current tally rests at £29million. As he prepares to become a centenarian, Cpt Tom has captured the country's hearts and Brits decided to send off birthday cards ahead of the big day. Now Bedford School, near the veteran's home, has filled its school hall with thousands of cards from across the country. But with just three days until he turns 100, Cpt Tom has declined any gifts from the public and instead asked for the public to donate to people suffering as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

Rare Star Wars toy sale

***EXCLUSIVE*** A private collection of vintage Star Wars toys are set to fetch thousands of pounds under the hammer in Bristol on Saturday. The collection which features around fifty vintage action figures and playsets, all come from the private collection of a gentleman based in Yorkshire. Amassed and sourced over many years, the collection includes some impressive rarities. Some of the most sought after items going under the hammer include a rare Ďmail-awayí issued action figure display stand.

TIME BOMB: The Hunger Pandemic

The Pandemic engulfing humanity is putting the world at great risk. A new terrifying frontline is emerging, a monster hunger pandemic. A time bomb in the making in places, like Bangladesh. On April 21, 2020 at the UN Security Council, the WFP Chief warned of a hunger pandemic as COVID-19 spreads: 'Forgive me for speaking bluntly, but I'd like to lay out for you very clearly what the world is facing at this very moment. At the same time while dealing with a COVID-19 pandemic, we are also on the brink of a hunger pandemic.' The words of former Republican South Carolina Governor David Beasley, 63, fresh off his own battle with the coronavirus, who spends his days on calls and video chats with global leaders, imploring them to continue and grow aid for millions of hungry people in scores of struggling countries, as executive director of the worlds leading humanitarian organization, the World Food Programme, Beasley has a lot of global worries daily. His organization provides solutions. The WFP feeds up to 100 million people per day in 80-plus countries. UN's Beasley warned that worldwide famines of 'biblical' proportions are on the way, if let unchecked, the current worldwide famines could double! The UN report estimates that the number suffering from hunger could go from 135 million to 270 million.

A set of nine original portrait photos of the Queen which were used for a bank note have sold for over £16,000 - five times their estimate

***EXCLUSIVE*** Each photo shows Elizabeth II posed from left to right wearing a diamond tiara with matching earrings and necklace. The portraits, taken by court photographer Anthony Buckley in 1963, were adopted in the design of the Canadian currency at the time. He took a range of photos of the monarch at different angles to get the best chance of one being approved.

Heroism of Battle of Britain Spitfire pilot whose incredible story of crash landing on the beaches of Dunkirk is thought to have been the inspiration for Tom Hardy's character in the movie blockbuster is revealed as his bravery medals go on sale

***EXCLUSIVE*** The bravery medals of a Battle of Britain hero believed to have inspired Christopher Nolan for his war film Dunkirk have emerged for sale. Squadron Leader Kenny Hart crash-landed his Spitfire on the beaches of Dunkirk following a dogfight with the Luftwaffe in May 1940. The 19-year-old fighter pilot then set fire to his 'kite' with a flare gun and watched it burn to stop the Germans getting their hands on a Spitfire. The identical scene was replicated in the 2017 movie Dunkirk when actor Tom Hardy landed his Spitfire on the beach and used a flare gun to torch it.

Derelict 170-year-old hospital chapel in Chelsea goes on sale for £7.5m but new owner will have to spend £5m to turn it into a home - worth up to 25m

***EXCLUSIVE*** A disused former hospital chapel in Chelsea has gone up for sale for £7.5m - but the new owner will still have to pay to convert it into a stunning home. However, if its converted according to the approved plans, they could end up with a house worth a potential £25m - 10,000 times what it originally cost to build. St Luke’s is the former chapel of the Royal Brompton Hospital, which cared for people with tuberculosis and its patron was Queen Victoria. The chapel was built in Kentish rag and Caen stone in 1850 for the sum of £2,500 to the designs of the architect Edward Buckton Lamb, who was also hired to organise alterations to Hughenden, the home of Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli.

One of Britain’s biggest model villages with 200 houses, three churches a harbour and a war memorial could be yours for £230,000 - the same as a local four-bed home

***EXCLUSIVE*** In a seaside idyll on the Yorkshire coast stands a little Britain in which time has stood almost still for nearly four decades. The miniature masterpiece known as Bondville encompasses around 200 houses, three churches, a harbour, railway and even a war memorial, all at one-twelfth their expected size. It is a Trumpton-esque world nestled among an acre of gentle green hills and untouched by coffee bars, mobile phone shops and the other trappings of the modern high street. But as one of Britain‚Äôs few remaining model villages is touched up ready to go on the market, that may have to change. ‚ÄúPerhaps the new owner might want to give it a mini internet cafe,‚ÄĚ said Tim Whitehead, who has owned the attraction on Bridlington‚Äôs Sewerby Road for eight years.

Rare signed photograph from King George V and Queen Mary's 1893 wedding goes on sale for £1,500

***EXCLUSIVE*** A rare wedding photo of King George V and Queen Mary which was signed by the newlyweds has emerged for sale for £1,500. The historic snap was taken after the Royal couple wed at the Chapel Royal at St James's Palace in London on July 6, 1893. Princess Mary of Teck, of the kingdom of Wurttemberg, Germany, was meant to have married Prince Albert, George's older brother and heir to the throne, but he died of pneumonia in 1892. After a period of mourning, Mary became engaged to George as Queen Victoria favoured her as a bride to one of her grandsons.

Rare first edition of Roald Dahl's first book

***EXCLUSIVE*** A note written inside a rare first edition of Roald Dahl's first book has revealed he may have had more than a helping hand at the start of his career. A copy of The Gremlins, published in 1943 when Dahl was serving as a pilot in the RAF, has been unearthed with a note to his friend John Alexander which reads; "To John, who wrote the bloody thing anyway. Roald Dahl, 25/5/43" Alexander was a bomber pilot and war hero who was awarded a Distinguished Flying Cross and clearly inspired Dahl's book about mischievous gremlins who sabotage British aircraft as revenge for the destruction of their forest home. The rare book by one of the world's best children's authors also contains corrections by Dahl in pencil. Alexander's daughter Juliet has now decided to put the book up for auction with Derbyshire-based Hansons, who have given it an estimate of Ł4,000.

Owls nest in a cactus to protect themselves

***EXCLUSIVE*** OWL! Watch out these stems are spiky! A family of Grey Horned Owls seek refuge from the desert heat in a spiky cactus. The tight-knit group hide in the 35-foot-tall plant to hide from predators on the ground - such as rattlesnakes, coyotes and bobcats. These photographs were captured in Northern Phoenix, Arizona by photographer Pattie Walsh, who said: "The mother owl had built a deep nest out of twigs and small branches.

Dutch tulip fields thriving on land that was once sea

***EXCLUSIVE*** A field of tulips flourishes on land that was once hundreds of meters beneath the sea. A young boy plays among the perfectly ordered rows of red flowers which signal the end of winter and the coming of spring. The beautiful images were taken in Noordoostpolder in the province of Flevoland, which has more than 5,000 hectares of tulip fields. Flevoland was the site of the largest land reclamation project in the world and was created when the Dutch created a dam in the Zuiderzee, a large, shallow inlet of the North Sea.

Fish market

***EXCLUSIVE*** Fish sellers ply their trade daily in a vibrant market scene from Chittagong in Bangladesh despite the coronavirus pandemic. The colourful setting was captured with a drone by freelance photographer Azim Khan Ronnie, 32. Azim said, "Huge quantites of sea fish arrive daily in Chittagong, Bangladesh." "It is the largest wholesale market of hilsha fish in the country. Locally known as Ilish, the fish has been designated as the national fish of Bangladesh." "Poorer people are unable to maintain lockdown rules as they can't afford to stay at home for a long period without enough food".