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Trainee falls 15,000ft (for charity!)

A trainee manager at Jackson Building Centres, Stamford branch, recently took the plunge for his chosen category…a 15,000ft plunge.

Trainee falls 15,000ft (for charity!)

Tom Hart, 19, undertook a charity skydive at Sibson Airfield, Stibbington, near Peterborough, in order to raise money for his designated charity Cancer Research. The total funds raised were around £200.

“Skydiving was a totally new experience for me,” he said. “It was frightening but exciting at the same time. It was such an amazing experience, I am already planning my next jump. I would like to thank everyone who sponsored me, and hopefully the money raised, will go towards essential research that will help to save lives.”

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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