WORKERS from Winchester Motor Group have undertaken a charity skydive.

In a display of courage and commitment, the ‘Team Plummet Group’, as the workers titled themselves, jumped from a height of 15,000 ft on Friday, September 22 to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.

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The group of volunteers wore customised T-shirts as they took to the sky. The team hoped that the jump would inspire others to contribute to the cause.

Before the group completed the jump, marketing manager Leanne Hobley said: “Don't get me wrong, I'll be scared witless, but it's all for such an amazing charity and at least it can then be crossed of my bucket list!”

The event raised £2,523 for the charity, with the fundraising page still open to donations. Donations can be made by visiting