Much-loved Jack Reynolds, 104, to fly in Tiger Moth for cancer charity
Jack Reynolds - who reached the grand old age of 104 this year - is hoping to become the world's oldest person to fly in a Tiger Moth aircraft.
Great-grandfather Jack, of Hollingwood, plans to take a passenger ride in the plane on August 8 in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
He said: "I feel this is a very worthy charity which needs every penny.
"I'm sure most people have loved ones who have been hit by this dreaded disease.
"I'm using my age to help generate interest in this charity event as per my previous fundraising ventures."
Giving the secret to a long and happy life, Jack once famously said: "Work hard, always smile, get plenty of fresh air and last but not least have a tot of Grouse whisky in your tea in the morning and a tot before bed."
Jack hit headlines around the globe in April when he became the oldest Brit to get a tatoo for his 104th birthday.
Not only did he enter the Guinness World Records book, he also raised more than Â£2,500 for Ashgate Hospicecare.
And at the age of 102 in summer 2014, lifelong Derbyshire resident Jack completed the ice bucket challenge dressed in nothing but a pair of Union Jack boxer shorts, raising thousands of pounds for the ALS Foundation.
He then celebrated with a glass of whisky.