Skydiving for kids’ hospice

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BRAVE fundraisers are being given the chance to take part in a sponsored skydive.

Naomi House children’s hospice, near Winchester, offers care for children with life-threatening illnesses.

To help raise money the charity has skydiving sessions booked for September 16, in Salisbury.

Up to 80 people will be able to take part in a tandem parachute jump from 13,000 feet.

Events co-ordinator Yvonne Campbell said: ‘There’s nothing quite like the thrill of a freefall parachute jump and this is a great opportunity for our wonderful supporters across Hampshire to have a huge amount of fun while raising money to support our important work.’

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