A WITNEY man will skydive from 10,000ft in aid of an Oxford hospice on Sunday.

Daniel Tudor will undertake the jump in Salisbury to raise funds for Helen & Douglas House, which helps terminally ill babies, children and young people.

The challenge is in tribute to his late nephew, Cameron Tudor, who used Helen House.

His god-daughter, Lily-Mae Oldham, has also used the hospice.

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As of this afternoon, Mr Tudor had raised £725 and received sponsorship from 26 businesses.

Mr Tudor said: "Helen House is a charity close to my heart, they have given my family invaluable support and continue to do so to this day and will do in the future.

"Nobody ever wants to think of losing a child but unfortunately it's something that could affect any of us."

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The charities that have agreed to sponsor Mr Tudor:

  • Witney Lakes Resort
  • Simple Beauty
  • Eagle Vaults (bee keepers)
  • Bill's
  • The Royal Oak
  • Wetherspoons
  • Cotswold Wildlife Park
  • Rowing Machine (Hungry Horse)
  • TD Gas services
  • IMEurope
  • Carpet Options
  • The Fleece
  • The Shake Shop
  • Hunters Cafe
  • Fat Lil's
  • Nail Room
  • Wychwood Brewery
  • Cross Keyes
  • Cafe Rouge
  • Como Lounge
  • Indulge by Amy
  • Denshams Butchers
  • Fairytale Farm
  • Crocodiles of the World
  • Michael Lowe Opticians
  • Classic Flowers
  • Pottery place
  • Let's go bonkers