Josh Boothman, Pepe Adam, Matthew Stuttard, Michelle Harness and David Edmondson from JM Glendinning Blackburn.

The JM Glendinning Blackburn team has fallen headfirst into the latest corporate challenge, by agreeing to take a skydive in the name of charity – from 11,000 feet!

Led by managing director Matthew Stuttard, the team will take part in a sponsored skydive on Sunday 17th July in a bid to raise funds for East Lancashire Hospice. David Edmondson, Pepe Adam and Michelle Harness will all join Matthew in the white-knuckle challenge, with Josh Boothman acting as wing man to ensure the team arrives safely back on firm ground.

Says Matthew Stuttard: “For East Lancashire Hospice to be able to provide their much-needed services, they need to raise £4m a year, the equivalent of £11k a day. Only a third of this is funded by the Government, which is why community fundraising efforts like this are so important. So please dig deep in support of our brilliant team and help us ensure the hospice can continue to support its patients and their families.”

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