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Pam takes to the skies for good cause
4:10pm Sunday 15th September 2013 in News
A STUDLEY businesswoman will be taking to the skies to raise money for a great cause.
Pam Taylor-Hughes, owner of Studley Florest, will be doing a skydive in aid of Studley First Responsers on Sunday, September 22 at Sibson Parachuting Centre in Peterborough.
She said: “We will be skydiving from around 15,000 ft. After exiting the aeroplane we shall freefall for about 50 seconds, reaching speeds in excess of 120 mph, before deploying the parachute. Once open the rest of the journey back to the ground should take around seven minutes.”
To sponsor Mrs Taylor-Hughes, call into the florists, at 36b High Street, in Studley, or sponsor forms are available from The Royal Oak and The Swan in Studley.
Studley First Responders are a group of volunteers trained to attend emergency calls received by the ambulance service and who can provide care until the ambulance arrives.
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