Brave Dereham woman Emma Tudge set for skydive to raise funds for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices

Emma Tudge on a previous skydive. Picture: Emma Tudge

Emma Tudge on a previous skydive. Picture: Emma Tudge - Credit: Emma Tudge

A woman from Dereham will be falling to Earth this summer to raise money for a children's hospice.

Emma Tudge will be taking part in a tandem skydive to raise money for East Anglia's Children's Hospices.

The 21 year old will decided to raise money for the charity after seeing the support the charity provides to people she works with.

Miss Tudge works at Breckland Council in housing and has seen how people will sick children have been affected.

She said: 'Working in housing, it has made me realise that charities need our support, to help those in need.'

This will be Miss Tudge's second skydive.

'Mum and dad are a bit shocked, they thought it would be a once in a life time thing and my nan and granddad are terrified. But they are happy that I'm raising money for a local charity.

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The skydive will take place at Beccles Airfield on July 22.

Miss Tudge is hoping to raise £400. To donate click here.

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