Burnham-On-Sea father and son complete 15,000ft sky dive
Burnham-On-Sea estate agent and his son have completed a daring
13,000ft sky dive for charity.
Creswick, managing director of CJ Hole in Burnham, and his son Thomas
performed the sky dive for Breast Cancer Now.
persuaded his son, who also works at the firm, to jump out of the
told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "It was such an amazing feeling during
the free-fall, with the wind in my face, knowing I was dropping
back down to earth."
felt slightly ill afterwards, but incredibly glad and proud of myself
for doing it. It was amazing knowing that doing this jump had helped
raise money for such an amazing charity. Thank you to everyone who
was excited, but still nervous, before the jump. The organisation
Buzz Skydiving are a well-organised, professional group and their
tandem partners Adam and Jason had over 14,000 jumps between them,
which they found very reassuring.
added: "The jump was 15,000 ft, 5,000ft higher than my previous
jumps. The free-fall lasted one minute before the parachute was
deployed. It was an amazing feeling flying through the air, taking
in views towards Weymouth, the English Channel, Bristol Channel
and the Welsh coastline."
was apprehensive but tried not to show it. He loved his first jump
although felt a little queasy for a couple of hours afterwards."
were both immensely proud to represent our chose charity and the
CJ Hole Brand. We are very grateful for so many messages of support
and the generous donations made."
can't wait to do it again and as long as the Dr is happy to keep
letting me go up I would be up for another go in the future for
a worthy cause."
is still time to donate and help the CJ Hole team reach their £3,500
target for Breast Cancer Now by sponsoring them at www.justgiving.com/CJHole-Burnham25,
or popping in to see them at 64 High Street in Burnham-On-Sea.