Leap of faith puts Bridgwater hairdresser A Cut Above

This is The West Country: Natasha Taylor with her flight instructor. Natasha Taylor with her flight instructor.

A BRIDGWATER hairdresser plunged 15,000 feet to raise funds for St Margaret’s Somerset Hospice.

Natasha Taylor, 21, made the leap despite her fear of heights.

She said: “It was the scariest experience of my life but also the biggest adrenaline rush I’ve ever had – the entire experience was indescribable.”

Her spectacular feat raised more than £2,000 for the hospice, thanks to donations from family, friends and clients at her salon, A Cut Above.

Thanking those who donated, Natasha said: “It was also important for me to do something to give a little back to the Hospice after the amazing care my grandmother received.”

“The staff could not do enough for her and that made such a difference to her, and to us.”


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