A CALL for those with a head for heights and a taste for extreme sports to come forward is being made in a bid to raise funds for charity.
A day of bungee jumping and family activities will be held at Droitwich Spa British Legion next month to raise funds for Leukaemia Care, but at least 25 more bungee-jumpers are required if the event is to go ahead.
Organiser Kelly Tidbury, 30, is urging people to get involved for the worthy cause.
She said: “I will be taking the plunge first and I cannot wait.
“I love event planning and I thought there was no better way than to volunteer for a great local charity that doesn’t seem to get as much support as others.”
Jumps cost £65 per person and anything raised above that fee from sponsorship will be donated to the charity.
The event on March 26 will feature an array of business stalls, a bouncy castle, face painting, various food vans and a 175ft professional bungee jump from a crane.
Businesses who wish to be represented at the event can set up their own stall for a £15 fee which will also go to the charity.
Activities will begin at midday and entry is free but any donations will be greatly received.
For more information contact Kelly on 07853238630 and to donate visithttps://www.justgiving.com/Kelly-tidbury1/