Captain Sir Tom Moore, London Transport Museum and upcycling on the farm

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In this episode of Activity Quest, Bex is visiting the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden to find out all about the history of the underground and the ways people have moved around the capital. 

We’re flying, driving and running in our guide of what’s on across the UK. At It’s at Durham Tees Valley Airport in Darlington is Eden Flight Training. But if flying isn’t your thing, there’s the Firefly Experience from Young Driver.

And for the first time ever Race for the Kids is going virtual. It’s to support Great Ormond Street Hospital’s children’s charity. Choose a distance and run, walk, wheel, skip or scoot across that virtual finish line to help raise some money for seriously ill kids. 

Then, we’re chatting to Captain Sir Tom Moore. Almost six months ago, at the age of 99, Captain Tom Moore began to walk laps of his garden with the goal of raising £1,000 by his hundredth birthday. Well he beat that by quite a lot. Almost £33 million he raised for the NHS. 

Since then, he’s had a number one single, he’s been knighted by the Queen as Captain Sir Tom Moore, and now Bex – fresh from the London Transport Museum! – is catching up with him about a brand new book called One Hundred Steps…

Finally, we’re upcycling on the farm with Anna Louise!

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