Lucy's skydive supports air ambulance charity

PUBLISHED: 18:00 12 August 2014

Lucy Harrison, who is doing a sky dive for Great Western Air Ambulance.

Lucy Harrison, who is doing a sky dive for Great Western Air Ambulance.

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A WESTON woman will be falling 10,000 feet through the air in a tandem skydive to raise money for Great Western Air Ambulance.

Lucy Harrison, who is doing a sky dive for Great Western Air Ambulance.Lucy Harrison, who is doing a sky dive for Great Western Air Ambulance.

Lucy Harrison, aged 24 and from Tudor Road in Worle, said she chose to support the charity because she knew a few people who had been helped by it.

She said: “You never know when you might need help and could be saved by it.

“I’ve never done anything like it before but I’m really excited about it.”

Lucy will be taking part in the skydive in September, and hopes to raise around £400.

Lucy Harrison, who is doing a sky dive for Great Western Air Ambulance.Lucy Harrison, who is doing a sky dive for Great Western Air Ambulance.

If you would like to sponsor Lucy, visit www.justgiving.com/Lucy-Harrison13

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