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Hospital staff to plunge 10,000ft for charity

Debbie Acott, left, and Laura Davies, of Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust will be doing a 10,000 feet sponsored skydive.

Debbie Acott, left, and Laura Davies, of Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust will be doing a 10,000 feet sponsored skydive.

Two brave hospital staff members are hurling themselves out of an aeroplane at 10,000 feet - in the name of charity.

Deputy child and adult care co-ordinator Debbie Acott, from Halifax, and receptionist Laura Davies, from Huddersfield, will take part in a sponsored sky dive next month.

They will be raising money for Beating Bowel Cancer and the Alzheimer’s Society as they have family members who have been diagnosed with the conditions.

Debbie said: “This has inspired me to do something for the charities that have a hand in helping these people through difficult situations. I’m really looking forward to the skydive as it is something I have always wanted to do. I’m looking forward to the views.”

The sky dive will take place on March 2 at Grange over Sands in Cumbria and the pair will be joined by Debbie’s sister Melissa and hope to raise as much as possible. To sponsor them visit www.justgiving.com/teams/debbieskydive.

 

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