Charity skydive for Parkinson’s

Chris Wrenn of aerial lift manufacturer Versalift is taking part in a skydive to raise money for the Parkinson’s UK charity.

Wrenn will skydive at Tilstock Airfield, Whitchurch on 13th April, to raise money for the charity which is near and dear to his heart, as his father is a Parkinson’s sufferer.

Parkinson's UK aims are to improve the quality of life for people affected by the disease and find a cure for the condition. The charity funds research aimed at finding better treatments and improving the understanding of the disease and its causes. It raises money through donations, legacies, community fundraising, events and corporate partnerships. It also offers support and information to people affected by Parkinson's, their families and carers through a network of 350 local groups across the UK.
Chris Wrenn and his Dad

Wrenn said: “I am doing this charity skydive for my dad. He has suffered with this illness for a long time now so if I can make a donation with my friends and families support it would mean an awful lot to me.”

Donations can be made through Wrenn’s Just Giving page, which you can find by clicking here.


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