Sisters set to fall 13,000ft in charity Skydive

By Beth Sharp Friday 01 August 2014 Updated: 01/08 11:26

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Buy photos » Sarah, 20, and Emma Green, 28, looking forward to the big jump next week. Picture by Beth Sharp.

TWO BROMSGROVE sisters are planning a big charity skydive for St Mary’s Hospice and the Teenage Cancer Trust.

In aid of their chosen causes, Emma and Sarah Green will be dropping from 13,000ft at around 120mph above Tiddington Airfield next Saturday (August 9).

And, with just eight days to go until the pair take the plunge, they have put out a call to the surrounding community to help them meet and beat their target of £800.

Emma, who has done a charity skydive before, said: “I am a little bit scared - I was really chilled out last time but now I know what is coming.

“My sister is not scared she is really looking forward to it.”

Visit www.doitforcharity.com/emma79 or www.doitforcharity.com/sarahgreen to sponsor the sisters.

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