Caroline heads for wild blue yonder!
A SENIOR care assistant at a residential home is set to take to the sky to raise funds for residents. Caroline Butcher, 27, of Moorlands in Melbourn, will take part in a sponsored tandem sky dive next month. She said: I still can t quite believe that I
A SENIOR care assistant at a residential home is set to take to the sky to raise funds for residents.
Caroline Butcher, 27, of Moorlands in Melbourn, will take part in a sponsored tandem sky dive next month.
She said: "I still can't quite believe that I'm doing it - it's quite a scary thought.
"However, it's very exciting and all for a good cause."
Caroline, left, who lives in Royston, set a £1,000 fundraising target, which she has already reached.
She said: "The funds are all for the residents and we're looking to take them all to the seaside at some point.
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"Money will also be used to buy equipment.
"The residents think I'm mad jumping from a plane, but they've all been very supportive."
Moorlands manager Denise Taylor said: "She's done brilliantly to raise the money and we are all very proud of her.
"I think she's very brave, and I'm sure she will enjoy the experience."
# Anyone who would like to sponsor Caroline's jump, on May 28 in Chatteris, should call 01763 260564.