Mystery as Captain Sir Tom Moore graffiti appears around Sheffield

A graffitied quote from the late Captain Sir Tom Moore has mysteriously appeared at various locations around Sheffield.

By Steve Jones
Saturday, 15th May 2021, 2:23 pm

The stencil graffiti, which reads: “Tomorrow will be a better day”, has been spotted on the perimeter wall of the 100-acre Northern General Hospital site as well as on a former accommodation building on Penistone Road, close to Kelham Island.

Tomorrow Will Be A Good Day was the title of the Second World War veteran’s bestselling autobiography, which was released in September after he raised more than £32 million for the NHS by walking 100 laps of his garden before his 100th birthday on April 30 last year.

He died at Bedford Hospital on February 2 after testing positive for Covid-19.

The stencil graffiti on the on the perimeter wall of the Northern General Hospital. Photo: Kirsten Major.

Murals depicting him have been painted in various locations throughout the UK since his death, including in Belfast, Manchester and the Lake District.

It is not currently known if the quote attributed to Sir Tom has appeared anywhere else in Sheffield

The same graffitied quote was also spotted on Penistone Road, near Kelham Island. Photo: Nisha Kotecha.