One Stop team jump for Hereford charity

One Stop employees take part in a charity skydive in aid of No.1 Ledbury Road.
One Stop staff with staff & service users from No.1 Ledbury Road. 1432_11001 (9055366)

One Stop employees take part in a charity skydive in aid of No.1 Ledbury Road. One Stop staff with staff & service users from No.1 Ledbury Road. 1432_11001 (9055366)

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FOUR staff members from a Hereford shop jumped from more than 15,000 feet for a good cause.

Karen Adeya, Julie Hogg, Paige King and Samuel Morgan, who are all employees at the One Stop Store on Grandstand Road, completed a tandem skydive in order to raise money for Hereford's No.1 Ledbury Road.

The centre is a specialist resource, accessible by only those children and young people with the most complex health needs.

Run by Wye Valley Trust, it is a home-from-home for children with varying disabilities for therapy or to stay while giving their parents a short break.

The One Stop team raised £1,450 for the charity after completing their challenge last month at Dunkeswell Aerodrome.

Karen Adeya said: "It was fantastic. We all enjoyed it. Sam had never been in a plane before so it was a totally new experience but although it was pretty terrifying it was a really great thing to do and for such a deserving charity."

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