Devoted daughter-in-law to complete skydive for Weston Hospicecare
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A brave fundraiser will skydive from 15,000ft in memory of her father-in-law.
Clair Satchwell is jumping out of a plane on March 9 to raise money for Weston Hospicecare which cared for her father-in-law before he died last year.
She said: “I am doing a skydive as I want more families to be able to have the amazing care we received.
“My father-in-law, John, was cared for at Weston Hospicecare before he died last year.
“Myself and his son nursed him in his final days at home, as this was his last wish.”
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Clair’s family is a keen supporter of the hospice, and her son Finlay performed a Michael Jackson-inspired dance outside Costa Coffee, in Locking Castle, last year in memory of his granddad.
Finlay’s dance raised £62 for the hospice, which cares for people with life-limiting conditions.
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To find out how you can support the hospice, visit www.westonhospicecare.org.uk