Enfield man set to skydive 13,000ft

A man who works for a funeral home in Enfield is “so excited” for his 13,000ft skydive. 

Bradley Baxter, who was brought up in Bakers Street, Enfield, has been working in the funeral industry for 19 years.

He said: “We here at Harrison Funeral Home in Enfield take pride in all that we do for our families, after the year we have had with the pandemic as a team we came together in supporting charities which we hold close to our hearts.

“Everyone is so unique and to celebrate and honour their lives mean so much to me. My motto is give as much as you can, enjoy the precious time and make incredible memories.

Bradley is doing the jump to raise as much money as he can for Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice and previously did a 13,000ft jump in 2009 for the North London Hospice raising £1,100.

He continued: “I always believe in giving back as much as we can, while we can.

Noah’s Ark really are angels in disguise – the care, love and support is absolutely beautiful and they deserve as much help as possible.”

“I am so excited to be jumping out of a plane again knowing it’s going to a good cause and to raise as much money as we can.”

Link to fundraising page here www.gofundme.com/f/y6s95

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