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Doncaster teen takes the plunge for charity

Lucy Woodrow, of Sprotbrough, is doing a charity skydive for the RSPCA.

Lucy Woodrow, of Sprotbrough, is doing a charity skydive for the RSPCA.

 

The sky’s the limit for Doncaster teenager Lucy Woodrow who is set to carry out a daredevil skydive to raise money for the RSPCA.

The 17-year-old student, from Sprotbrough, has atready raised £550 ahead of her jump on April 18 to help animals in need.

She said: “I have chosen to raise funds for the RSPCA because I love animals and I have always wanted to help in any way possible.

“The skydive will be in Brigg, I just wanted to do something to help animals and I am quite excited about it.”

A spokesperson for the RSPCA said: “We are delighted that Lucy has decided to raise much-needed funds for the RSPCA and we wish her the very best in her jump.

“She is very brave, and we really do appreciate her efforts in raising money for animals in need.”

 

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