More than £2,500 raised by daughter after her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer

Carly Moss, from Horsham St Faith, took on a skydive and head shave to raise money for breat cancer

Carly Moss, from Horsham St Faith, took on a skydive and head shave to raise money for breat cancer research after her mother Carolyn was diagnosed. Carly, left, and Carolyn.. Picture: Carly Moss - Credit: Carly Moss

A woman who took on a double challenge to raise money after her mother was diagnosed with cancer has smashed her fundraising target.

Carly Moss, from Horsham St Faith, tackled a daring skydive followed by having her head shaved in support of her mother Carolyn, who was diagnosed with cancer earlier this month.

At first, the fundraising target had been set at £1,000 to be donated to Breast Cancer now, but support was so fierce for Miss Moss and her mother, they beat that within seven days.

And after the goal was upped to £2,500 Miss Moss has now reached this too, raising just over this amount.

Miss Moss, who works at Bradley Hatch Jewellers in Wroxham took the jump on Sunday, at Beccles Air Field,


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The 24-year-old, who lives with her mother and father, said: 'It went really well, we had lots of support there.'

'Me and my mum are very close,' she added.

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'My mum is my absolute rock and best friend, so this has hit me and my family as a massive shock. I wanted to do anything I could.'

But Miss Moss did say it felt weird having a number one cut, as opposed to her usual flowing brunette locks.

For more information, or to donate, visit www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Carly-Moss2

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