Meet London's 103 Year old Volunteer

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Meet London's 103 Year old Volunteer

At the age of 103, Dr Bill Frankland is one of, if not London's oldest volunteer. The immunologist was part of a team who help Sir Alexander Fleming discover penicillin. He's also credited for coining the phrase 'pollen count'. He's now received a special award from the League of Mercy charity - which recognises exceptional volunteers in the medical world

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