A DAREDEVIL father-of-two raised £3,195 for Primrose Hospice with a ‘crazy’ Wing Walk in memory of his father-in-law.

Darren Bullows, from Bromsgrove, wanted to give back to the hospice which supported his father-in-law Sean after he was diagnosed with throat cancer in 2016.

Sadly, Sean died in October 2018 but the hospice continued to offer support to all of the family.

Mr Bullows, a workshop controller at Trust Group Redditch – Volkswagen and Skoda, said he didn’t hesitate when he saw the charity was offering wing walks.

“Most would say it was a crazy decision for me - so I signed up straight away," he said.

“I was hoping to do something a little daring and worthwhile but at the same time giv something back to the charity and hopefully make Sean proud.”

While Mr Bullows was calm in the run up to the wing walk, his nerves did kick in on the day.

“Soon the nerves were taken over by adrenalin which actually helped," he said.

“As soon as the plane fires up and you hear the noise it is amazing.

“I was smiling and feeling a buzz throughout.”

Sarah Harris, community fundraiser at Primrose, thanked Mr Bullows for taking on the challenge and raising such a huge amount for Primrose.

She said: “Thanks to his bravery and his friends’ and families’ generosity, he has helped to ensure we can continue to support other families unfortunately going through the same thing."