Chatteris trampoline coach Andrea Buckley, 32, found dead
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A TRAMPOLINE coach has died suddenly aged 32 in her Chatteris home.
Andrea Buckley, a former Cambridge University student, founded Cambridge Aspire Trampoline Club, which has run classes for adults, children and people with disabilities.
She had hoped to start classes in Chatteris, Ely and Newmarket.
An inquest is due to be opened this week into her death.
Cambridgeshire Cangaroos, a rival trampolining club, paid tribute to Andrea on their website.
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The message read: “Andie will always be remembered as a determined and motivational person whose passion inspired a generation of children and adults to enjoy our beloved sport.
“Her philosophy to teach it right from the start so you don’t have to go back and fix it later is crucial to sporting success.
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“Cambridge Cangaroos wish to pass on our sincerest condolences to her family, friends and club at this difficult time. As a club, a county and a region we will all miss her dearly.”
All Cambridge Aspire classes have been cancelled.