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Posted by on Apr 24, 2017 in 2017, Awareness, Cardiac Risk in the Young, Fund-raising event

Hannah’s towering effort raises money for @CRY_UK

CRY Hannah Dunn Spinnacker Tower, Porstmouth, April 2017

Don’t look down! Hannah gets set.

Claire’s cousin Hannah Dunn successfully abseiled down the 170 metre Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth on Saturday, April 22, to raise money for Tom and Claire’s Fund.

Hannah said: “Well, I did it!  The most terrifying experience was when going over the edge but once on the way it was fantastic.”

Her effort raised a total of £1406 which will be split between Tom and Claire’s Fund and St. Barnabas House hospice in Worthing.

Hannah, who says she is an ‘adrenaline junky’ after jumping from 13,000 feet over Salisbury Plain to raise money for CRY in her first skydive in 2015, says she’s now planning what challenge to take on next.

If you want to support Hannah, you can still do so here.