Taking plunge for charity
TWO Freemasons from Loughborough will be conquering their fears and jumping off a cliff to raise money for the Masonic Charitable Foundation.
Digby Lund and Tony Andrews, both of the Lodge of Science and Art hich meets in Loughborough, have agreed to jump off a cliff in Malaga and using a paraglider, landing a few thousand feet below.
Digby told the Echo: “I know we must be potty but it’s for a great cause and we each have our own reason for doing it. In my case, I really am terrified of heights so it’s doing something to try and overcome that fear.”
The jump is planned for the September 2, where the pair will also been joined by Digby’s wife, Yvonne.
he Provincial Grand Master of Leicestershire and Rutland, David Hagger said: “I wish Digby and Tony a safe jump and thank them for their support in raising money for the Foundation.”
To donate visit https://e0154.everydayhero.com/uk/tony-and- digbyjump-off-a-cliff
Pictured from left to right are Loughborough Freemasons Toy Andrews and Digby Lund who are going to jump off a cliff to raise money for the Masonic Charitable Foundation.