Zoë Ball skydives for charity

Salisbury Journal: Zoë Ball skydives for charity Zoë Ball skydives for charity

TELEVISION and radio presenter Zoë Ball jumped out of a plane at Old Sarum at the weekend.

Ball and her brother Jamie Clark jumped with Go Skydive on Saturday in order to raise funds for the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA) in memory of their step-father Rick, who died of the disease in 2012.

The pair were part of Jumpfest, which saw many people skydive for MNDA.

And earlier that day members of 14th Army Royal Artillery from Larkhill joined fundraiser Richard Dawson to pull a taxi through the streets of Salisbury for the same charity in memory of Mr Dawson’s father, who died in 2001.

So far the events have raised £48,000, with money still coming in.

To donate go to justgiving.com/teams/jumpfest.


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