Romford employee’s leap of faith for charity
A YOUNG Romford employee has taken a death-defying leap for charity, helping to raise more than �400.
Stacey Wisbey, 24, from the Game store in The Mall, Romford, was on a high after parachuting 12,000ft from a plane last month.
The sponsored jump saw her raise �428.50 for charity Children’s Hospice UK.
Stacey said: “The experience was absolutely fantastic, the best adrenalin rush I have ever had.
“I can’t wait to do it again.”
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The Mall general manager Peter Callagher added: “This is not the first time that one of our retailers has risked life and limb for charity and Stacey’s leap of faith has to be commended. Well done.”
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