Pals' parachute stunt raises cash for hospice
MORE THAN £4,000 was raised by two women who jumped out of a plane in aid of the North Devon Hospice.
Ali Hunt, head of fundraising at the hospice, and Anne Tattersall, a former fundraiser with the charity, leapt into the skies from several thousand feet.
The two friends dared each other to take part in the sky dive, and also had a side bet as to who could raise the most sponsorship.
Ali Hunt said: "It seemed like a crazy idea at the time, and I was sure that one of us would back down before we had to go through with it.
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"But we have been friends for so many years that we obviously didn't want to lose face so we ended up going through with it.
"I think I enjoyed the experience a bit more than Anne, but she certainly trumped me with her fundraising efforts, so I lost the bet and had to hand over a case of her favourite wine."
Anne raised more than £4,000 in sponsorship and had to face her fears when she jumped.
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