A brave charity worker has taken to the skies with a wing walk to raise money for the town’s homeless and vulnerable.
Pauline Peagam, the community development manager at The Salvation Army Rebourne Corner day centre, took on the daring stunt recently and has raised £1,375.
Pauline thanked all the supporters and said, “It is vital that we continually raise money to fund the important work that is ever increasingly needed in today’s economic climate. It was a great adventure which I enjoyed very much.”
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