Diane and Jade take to the skies in £1,000 cancer charity skydive

Diane Dennis and Jade Shetliffe took  to th eskies to raise more than �1,000 for Cancer Research UK when they plunged 14,000 feet in a skydive  at Hinton Skydiving Centre.
Diane Dennis and Jade Shetliffe took to th eskies to raise more than �1,000 for Cancer Research UK when they plunged 14,000 feet in a skydive at Hinton Skydiving Centre.
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Two high flying caring ladies took the plunge and leapt 14,000 feet to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

Diane Dennis, 49 of Clipstone and Jade Shetliffe, 22 of Mansfield Woodhouse have raised more than £1,000 in a sky dive at Hinton Airfield Northants.

Diane works at King’s Mill hospital on ward 33 as a hostess where she did a raffle and sold jewellery.

She said: “It was an amazing experience. We free fell 7,000 feet for 45 seconds above the clouds - it was like dropping through a white sheet.

“I would love to do it again.”

Jade works at Premier Care who have also donated to Cancer research UK.

They decided to raise money for the cause as they have both lost family and friends to cancer.

Diane lost her aunt who died of cancer of the oesophagus aged just 37.

Donations can still be made at www.justgiving.com/DIANE-DENNIS, or text DDJS49 £5.00 to 70070.