Brave Furness fundraisers jump to it for good causes



Parents and teachers from Newton Primary School skydived from 14,000ft and free-falled at speeds of around 120mph in aid of the school and charities.
Emma Wakefield, a parent at the village school, came up with the idea and recruited five others to do the skydive above Cark Airfield with Skydive Northwest last month.
Mrs Wakefield raised £535 to split between school and Harrison's Fun Fund.
Joining her was teacher Hannah Moore, who raised £600 to share between school and Alzheimer’s charities, and parent Leigh Carter raised more than £500 to split between school and the Multiple Sclerosis... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 24
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