Dental team fly high for the cause

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RAISING money for the Joe Glover Trust, three team members from Titchfield Dental Health skydived from over 10,000 feet.

Senior dental nurse Anne Scholey, practice manager Sharon Nanson and reception manager Kerrie New each did a tandem skydive to raise over £1,500 for the Trust. The children’s cancer charity was set up in 2007 by the parents of eight-year-old Joe Glover after he lost his battle with the rare childhood cancer, non-Hodgkins lymphoma.

Sharon said: “The charity is close to our hearts here at the practice. Our practice principal Clare’s son suffered from Leukaemia 10-years ago and was treated on the same children’s cancer ward as Joe, The Piam Brown Ward in Southampton General Hospital. Andrew is now fully recovered but we still raise money for the trust and Piam Brown Ward.”

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