Captain Sir Tom Moore - the Second World War veteran who raised tens of millions of pounds for the NHS has sadly died at the age of 100.
People across the UK took part in a special clap at 6pm on 3 February to show respect and remember him.
When the UK first went into lockdown against the coronavirus pandemic, Captain Tom became an unlikely hero.
The then 99-year-old war veteran accepted a little family challenge - to raise £1,000 for NHS charities by walking 100 lengths of his garden before his 100th birthday.
He went on to raise over £39 million and became world famous in the process.
Your amazing tributes
Archie said: "We first listened to the One Hundred Steps story by Captain Sir Tom on YouTube. I then cut out words and photos of Captain Sir Tom from the newspaper. RIP Captain Sir Tom, we miss you."
Callum made this poster as part of his home schooling work to celebrate Captain Sir Tom Moore's life and achievements. He said "he was a legend and a really nice man"
Bethan sent in this wonderful picture she drew of Captain Sir Tom Moore
Here are some amazing tributes to Captain Tom from Year 2 students at Waterwells Primary in Gloucester
Esmay-Robyn drew this picture showing some of Captain Sir Tom's achievements - walking his 100 laps, turning 100 and all his medals being worn proudly. She also thanked him for "showing us so much strength"
Harrison dressed as Captain Tom for the Real Life Heroes day at his school. His message is: Dear Captain Tom, I miss you and I'm so sad you died. I love you. You are my hero. From Harrison 😥💝
Aarushi has written a beautiful poem all about Captain Tom's life
Nell has drawn this lovely picture as a tribute to Captain Tom. They said: "He was such a inspirational man and he deserves to be remembered. He was a true hero. Captain Sir Tom Moore: 1920 -2021 ❤💜"
Unicorn29 sent in this poster and said "Captain Sir Tom Moore was a total hero"
Here's another amazing drawing! This one was sent in by Holly
SupaDavid has paid tribute to Captain Tom with this poster. He says "we love you Tom"
Check out this awesome collage! Chloe sent this in on behalf of her class: "This is our class artwork of Sir Captain Tom Moore to remember all the things he achieved."