Pub manager Phil Moses showed his support for the first-ever Armed Forces Day – by wearing military uniform at The Saracens Head Inn, in Daventry.
Phil (pictured front), who runs the pub with his wife Victoria, has been a member of the Royal Auxiliary Air Force since February.
He took part in the Uniform to Work Day, supported by other members of staff at the pub, who wore various items of uniform fancy dress.
Reservists from all three services – the army, the Royal Navy and the Royal Air Force – wore their military uniforms to their civilian workplaces for the first-ever tri-Service Uniform to Work Day, held as part of the celebrations for Armed Forces’ Day.
When not working at the pub, one weekend per month, Sergeant Phil Moses is a chef with 606 Squadron and had 23 years’ experience with the RAF, before joining Wetherspoon.
Phil said: “I received amazing support from my colleagues and customers; thanks to their generosity, we collected £400 for Help for Heroes (supporting those wounded in Afghanistan and Iraq).”