He's been donating his blood since the 1960s.
Now pensioner Graham Kilburn has become one of the few to donate 100 pints.
Graham, 75, began giving blood when he was in his twenties.
Fifty years on and he still attending Huddersfield Methodist Mission to give his blood to others.
“I’m very proud and pleased to have achieved my 100th pint,” said the Lindley grandad.
“It’s something I’ve believed in all my life.
“I’m going to carry on, I don’t know how long they’ll let me as they used to stop you at 70, but I’ll keep giving while I can.”
Graham said his decision to give blood was sparked by his own issues with losing it.
“I used to get these nose bleeds as a young man,” he explained.
“I’d be washing my face and suddenly my face would be pouring with blood.
“I thought I would start giving blood for some reason.
“I’ve done it ever since, very frequently, first at the old Methodist Mission at King Street which was demolished to make way for Kingsgate.
“I’ve only had one break and that was recently to have a hip replacement operation.
“It’s pity more people don’t do it as they’re always crying out for donors.”
Graham said he would urge anyone who was thinking about it but unsure to go down to a donation session to see how easy it is.
“It’s a short prick in the arm but there’s nothing to be afraid of,” he said.
“You won’t see anybody screaming in pain.”
To donate blood visit www.blood.co.uk to find your nearest donation centre.