A courageous Clitheroe teenager jumped 11,000 feet in a skydive to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
Georgia Burns took part in the North West Skydive along with nine other participants, all jumping for the young people’s cancer charity.
The skydive took place at Lancaster’s Black Knights Parachute Centre, with Georgia nominating the charity as her chosen cause after she started a new fitness class incorporating trampolining as a way of working out.
Boogie Bounce classes have proved a massive success and Georgia has gone on to achieve above and beyond her target fundraising, with the Teenage Cancer Trust becoming very close to her heart. Having so far raised more than £1,400, the final figure continues to rise.
Georgia commented, “Thank you to the Teenage Cancer Trust for giving me this great opportunity. I wish I had upgraded to the 15,000ft jump as it was totally awesome. With all the support I’ve had, I’ve managed to raise a phenomenal amount of money and I know it’s all going to an absolutely fantastic cause.”