Sky dive raises hundreds of pounds for sick children's hospice charity

PUBLISHED: 10:04 21 June 2017 | UPDATED: 10:55 21 June 2017

Natalie Tuerena braves a skydive for the East Anglian Children's Hospice, the Ridgeons charity of the year PHOTO: Natalie Tuerena

Natalie Tuerena braves a skydive for the East Anglian Children's Hospice, the Ridgeons charity of the year PHOTO: Natalie Tuerena

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Taking to the skies raised hundreds of pounds for a children's charity when a member of staff from Ridgeons in March braved a sky dive.

Natalie Tuerena enjoying her sky dive at the North London Skydive Centre near Wimblington.Natalie Tuerena enjoying her sky dive at the North London Skydive Centre near Wimblington.

Natalie Tuerena, 33, from the sales team at Ridgeons, skydived from 13,000ft and raised £1,350 for the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospice.

EACH is the Ridgeons chosen charity of the year.

Natalie said: “I’ve always wanted to do a skydive so took the plunge. it was out of this world.

The initial dive from the plane and free fall at 120mph was simply incredible. I’m already planning to sign up to do another one!”

Natalie said: “I’d like to thank all of the customers at Ridgeons who supported me, friends and family with their well wishes and donations to make it such a success.”

The jump was at the North London Skydiving Centre near Wimblington where qualified skydivers can jump for £18 and tandem skydive jumps start at £165 attracting people from across the country.

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