fundraiser completes sky dive in his father's memory
manager of King Alfred Sports Centre in Highbridge taken part in
a fundraising sky five in honour of his father who died two years
ago following a heart attack.
the manager of three 1610 leisure centres in Bridgwater and Highbridge,
Chris Skidmore takes a leading role in inspiring staff and customers
to test their fitness and to try something new.
he has taken his own advice by taking part in a sponsored sky dive
to raise money for the 1610 Charity of the Year, the British Heart
Foundation, and to honour the memory of his father Bob.
says his father had always been a great source of inspiration to
Dad played a huge part in my life. He was someone who I have always
looked up to and strived to be like for so many different reasons,"
he told Burnham-On-Sea.com.
Skydive was an amazing adrenalin rush as well as a fantastic experience
and it gave me a chance to be completely taken out of my comfort
more importantly, it allowed me to raise money in memory of a great
man and a great cause."
far Chris has raised more than £1200 for the British Heart
Foundation. Anyone wishing to donate to Chriss fundraising
campaign can do so at https://www.justgiving.com/Chris-Skidmore2