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Ian Marshall

Ania's Poppy Appeal "Red Devils" Skydive

A parachute jump to raise funds for the RBL for The Royal British Legion because This fabulous charity helped my husband Terry

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The Royal British Legion

We provide a lifetime of care and support to the UK Armed Forces and their families

Charity Registration No. 219279

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I will always be indebted to the Royal British Legion (TRBL) and in this 100th year after the ending of Word War 1 I felt it fitting to try and repay this great charity.

My husband Terry served as a Royal Marine for many years and in his closing years became totally dependent upon me.

After approaching the TRBL, at the suggestion of a friend, they very kindly provided a wet room at home and other aids to allow me to care for Terry as best I could. Without the care and consideration given I'm sure I would not have been able to look after Terry as I would have wished to do.

On a personal basis, I also have a fear of heights and wanted to do something that would not only benefit the TRBL but also be a personal challenge for me. So here I am and I'm going to jump with the Red Devils Free fall team on 26 June 2018.

If the truth be told, Terry spent a large proportion of his service with the Royal Marines jumping in and out of "Junglies" (Royal Naval Air Service support helicopters to the uninitiated!) so I though I'd better get my own back and join him in some aerial frolics!!

Please wish me luck and please please donate to this wonderful caring Charity.

Even if you do not donate please visit the RBL website : www.rbl.org and discover all the great work they do for our servicemen past and present.

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