A Banbury estate agent helped raise more than £2,000 for the homeless by leaping out of an aeroplane at 13,000 feet.
Chris Mobbs, a self-confessed thrill-seeker, snatched at the opportunity to take part in a skydive organised by Fine & Country estate agents.
The 54-year-old associate at the business took the leap of faith at Hinton Skydiving Centre in Brackley with four colleagues on Sunday, August 13.
The group have raised £2,240 and counting for Fine & Country Foundation’s grant pot, which will be handed out to homeless charities in October.
Chris said: “I am very proud that we support the homeless and after a golf day in June, I wanted to do more.
“When I heard about the chance to join a team of five adventurous colleagues, my hand went straight up, being something that I had always wanted to do.
“Luckily for me, this worthy cause gave me that final shove I needed to leave a rather small aeroplane at 13,000 feet. It was breath-taking!
“I would like to personally thank the local companies, family and friends that have all donated so generously to help me exceed my target, enabling Fine & Country to help homeless people connect again in all respects.”
Donate at justgiving.com/fundraising/Chris-Mobbs1.