Free-falling for charity

09:40 21 September 2012

Clare Walton

Clare Walton

Archant

A member of staff at Queen Street Dental Practice has raised £2,000 for charity by jumping out of an aeroplane.

Clare Walton, 67, competed her charity skydive on September 15 at Dunkeswell to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

She said: “Thanks to my employer Queen Street Dental Practice and to my ladies gym Curves at Liverton Park. But mainly a huge thank you to all the individuals who sponsored me and encouraged me to get up there and do it.”

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