Lacey is flying high after indoor skydive for HOPE

Lacey Wilson completed an indoor skydive for HOPE
Lacey Wilson completed an indoor skydive for HOPE

Worksop girl Lacey Wilson took the skies – indoors – to complete an indoor skydive in aid of homelessness charity HOPE.

Eight-year-old Lacey, who goes to St Augustine’s Primary School in Worksop, managed to raise more than £300 for her efforts.

Her mum commented: She was so excited, she loved it and and she wanted to go back again the day after.”

Previously, Lacey had used money from her birthday to buy food items for the charity, as well as Easter eggs for HOPE’s homeless hostel.

Last month, she was presented with a Worksop Guardian Rose to acknowledge her hard work for charity.

Emma Longmore, development worker for HOPE, commented: “What Lacey has done for HOPE is incredible, she couldn’t do any more.

“She is such a caring and compassionate girl with a heart of gold.

“We are incredibly grateful for all of Lacey’s support”.

To find out how to support HOPE call 01909 531294 or email development@hopeservices.org.uk