High ropes challenge in Taunton raises £100 for Think Amy

This is The West Country: Charlotte Stone, Ashleigh Stubbs, Ben Hofmeister and James Osborne at the high ropes fundraiser. Charlotte Stone, Ashleigh Stubbs, Ben Hofmeister and James Osborne at the high ropes fundraiser.

INTREPID young people who braved the high ropes in Taunton’s Vivary Park at the weekend helped raise £106.52 for the Think Amy campaign to promote safe and considerate driving.

Owners Tone donated 20% of their takings to the initiative, as did Ed Cullen from a barbecue he operated.

Jane Hofmeister, who started the campaign after her 13-year-old daughter Amy was killed when she was hit by a car racing along Blackbrook Way, said: “A big thank you to everyone who went up on the high ropes and who helped on the day despite the rain.”

 

 

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