Skydive for The Amber Trust

‘I want to do it again’ says Amber dare devil

Solihull’s Hannah Morgan admitted she may have developed a taste for the high life after skydiving in aid of The Amber Trust earlier this month. 

The 26-year-old dare devil plummeted 15,000ft – including a one minute freefall – at the North London Skydiving Centre in Cambridgeshire on October 23 to raise more than £900. 

The charity, which helps provide musical opportunities for blind and partially sighted children, is close to the Morgan family with one young member being a beneficiary of the Little Amber programme. 

Back on solid ground: Hannah Morgan celebrates completing her 15,000ft skydive at the North London Skydiving Centre

And courageous catering manager Hannah was only too pleased to finally do her bit after her first attempt at the challenge in August was postponed due to bad weather. 

“It was amazing. I just want to do it again. It is literally the best thing I’ve ever done. Just incredible,” she said. “I’ve raised money for charity before, but wanted to do something for Amber as it is such a great cause. My family were really pleased.

“I thought I’d be a lot more nervous, but because I was doing it with a friend, we were just cracking jokes the whole time and it put everyone at ease. It was all a bit of a blur at the start really, but the view from above the clouds was amazing. We will definitely do something like that again, but it is going to be very hard to top that.” 

To watch a video of Hannah’s one minute free fall click here to visit The Amber Trust’s YouTube channel.