100 Year Old Resident at Red Oaks Takes Part in Captain Tom 100 Challenge

Residents at Red Oaks in Henfield have taken part in the Captain Tom 100 Challenge to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Carrying on the legacy of Capt. Sir Tom Moore walking his famous 100 laps of the driveway that became so famous. The family have asked people to create their own “100 Challenge” for charity.

The residents at Red Oaks decided to complete 100 different exercise moves to do their part for the 100 challenge. Residents and staff were all very supportive and were there to cheer on the participants as they began the fundraising challenge.

Doreen (pictured), 100 years old who completed the challenge, said: "It was wonderful to be involved, I did not know that I could do so much. It was so much fun completing them all."

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