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Mum's skydive for hospital
7:00am Monday 8th October 2012 in Local News
A mum and her friends skydived to raise money for the hospital where her toddler underwent kidney surgery.
Jenna Webber, 25, organised the fundraiser for sensory rooms and parent accommodation at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Her son Archie Crisp, aged 21 months, was born with gross bilateral renal pelvic dilation, which meant his kidneys were larger than normal and not functioning fully.
The mum-of-two, now living in High Street, Canvey, did the skydive with Archie’s father Terry Crisp, of Canvey, and four friends: Ashley Jupp, of Earls Colne, Ben Brown, from Canvey and Leanne Hill and Bradley Crisp, both of Canning Town.
The group, who leapt from a plane at 10,000ft in March, Cambridgeshire, hope to raise about £3,000.
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