Sophie and Erin

On Saturday 24 July Sophie and her friend Erin took to the skies and jumped 10,000ft from a plane to raise vital funds for epilepsy. They managed to dodge the summer showers of late and had perfect weather for the day!

Sophie’s brother Oliver lives with epilepsy, which is why the duo signed up for a skydive to support research.

After watching many years of seizures and hoping for a cure, I decided to do a crazy thing and jump out of a plane at 10,000ft for my brother. All of the donations are going to Epilepsy Research UK, to support their fantastic work to help others like Oliver.

The pair smashed their target of £200 and raised a whopping £1560 – thank you so much!

Feeling inspired? Sign up to take on your own skydive here!

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