In the eleventh episode of Series 3, Clint Boon chats to 95 year old former Royal Marine Commando and D Day veteran, George Simms.
George talks to Clint about growing up in Ardwick in the 1920s, training as a Butcher before enlisting in the army at age 18, fighting in the Second World War on D-Day, serving in the Stockport Fire Service for 30 years, telling his story to school children and why he is still proud to be a Mancunian.
"I AM PROUD TO BE FROM MANCHESTER"@therealboon chats to D-Day veteran George Simms about growing up in #Ardwick in the 1920s and watching @ManCity at Maine Road.— Humans of XS Manchester (@HumansXs) August 23, 2019
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