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Grantham Sunriser Heather takes plunge for children’s charity

Heather Wright at Zip World
Heather Wright at Zip World

Sunriser Heather Wright took on the challenge of the longest zip line in Europe – and fastest in the world – to raise money for a children’s charity.

Heather, a member of the Grantham Sunrise Rotary Club, had charity When You Wish Upon A Star in mind when she took the plunge at Zip World, in Wales.

Heather Wright at Zip World
Heather Wright at Zip World

She said: “It was a phenomenal day. I absolutely loved every minute of the experience.”

Heather managed to raise around £400 for the charity, as one of a team of 16 which raised more than £4,000 in total.

Gemma Sommerfield, co-ordinator at When You Wish Upon A Star, which aims to make the dreams of terminally ill children come true, told Rotary club president Lez Jones: “It has been great to put the event on and the money will go to help the young children throughout Lincolnshire and Yorkshire realise some of their wishes.”

Lez added: “It was a tremendous achievement and we are very proud of Heather’s feat.”


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