Teenager’s lifetime goal is to raise as much as possible for Big C
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A teenager is doing a skydive for the Big C charity in memory of two loved ones.
Elouise Waller, 16, from Thorpe St Andrew, said: "A lot of my family has sadly been affected by this awful disease. My goal over my lifetime is to raise as much money as possible for the Big C charity.
"I'm doing this skydive in memory of two very special people. My grandad, Peter Waller, who I lost earlier this year and my auntie Mary Cooper who passed away 13 years ago.
"She was a warm, caring lady who was hugely significant in my early years. Losing my grandad makes walking into his home very strange."
The skydive is at Beccles airfield on December 7.
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She is also holding a charity gig event at the Hill House pub, Happisburgh on November 16, from 3-6pm, where she will be singing and a raffle and tombola will be held.
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