A young woman is on a mission to raise as much money and awareness for The Hospice of St Francis in Berkhamsted as possible and will be completing a skydive in March to help.
Lucia Pamment, 19, from Kings Langley, said she can’t wait to complete the charity skydive but reckons she will be a bit apprehensive on the day.
Speaking to the magazine, she said: “It’s all for charity and I am just trying to raise as much awareness and money as possible for the hospice.
“I am looking forward to it. At the moment, I reckon I will be a bit nervous when I am up in the skies or when I get on the plane but I generally like an adrenaline rush and I have always wanted to do it, so it should be good fun.”
Lucia, who has lived in the village for over 10 years, is excited to give back to the hospice who serve the community so well.
She added: “They, like other hospice’s do amazing work and are full of great people who serve people well. I have a lot of friends and family members who have had to unfortunately go into a hospice and the help they have received is amazing so it will be good to give back.”
At the time of writing, Lucia had raised £225 for the hospice but is determined to raise more.
Any donations are welcome, to donate, visit justgiving.com/fundraising/lucia-pamment