A mum and voluntary worker from Tydd St Mary made Macmillan Cancer Support charity very proud when she did a 15,000 ft sky-dive.
Margaret Halifax, 70, free-fell for 48 seconds in a tandem sky-dive at Sibson Airfield near Peterborough.
She described her experience as “awesome and memorable” and raised £1,305 to donate to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn.
Margaret is a seasoned traveller and held a hog roast to promote her sky-dive. Our pictures show Margaret on her sky-dive with chief instructor Chris McCann.