A record-breaking great-great-grandfather has been honoured by having a pathway named after him within the North Derbyshire village the place he lived.
Jack Reynolds, from Hollingwood close to Chesterfield, died final April on the age of 108, however after turning 100 he acquired a tattoo, went on a curler coaster and zip wire – elevating 1000’s for charity.
Jack Reynolds Means was formally opened this morning – near the place he used to reside.
Mr Reynolds broke 4 world information after his a centesimal birthday – together with being the oldest person in the world to get their first tattoo at 104.
Only a yr later he bagged one other document, as he turned the oldest person to ride a roller coaster on the age of 105.
At 106 he set the document for being the oldest particular person to trip a zipper wire, earlier than breaking his fourth world document on the 107, when he hit the silver display screen as he starred in Hollyoaks and have become the oldest person to act in a soap opera.
Jayne Goodwin, Jack’s daughter, stated on the unveiling: ” He was very adventurous, nothing was an issue the extra he did the extra he wished to do nothing was ever thrilling sufficient for him.
“I used to be decided to let his reminiscence reside on as a result of he was such a legend and what a greater approach to do it than this.”