Brewin Dolphin Shrewsbury duo reach new heights for Parkinson’s UK

Two employees from wealth manager Brewin Dolphin’s Shrewbury office recently completed an exhilarating ‘wing walk’ (the act of standing on top of the wings of a plane, most commonly a biplane, during flight) for the office’s charity of the year, Parkinson’s UK, raising £1,255.

Carrie Morris and Emma Morton, who took off from an airfield in Gloucestershire, put their fears behind them as they completed the wing walk challenge at a dizzying height of 1200ft.

Carrie Morris said: “It was a unique experience and has been ticked off the bucket list. It’s great to know that the wing walk has helped raise money for such a worthy cause”

Emma Morton added: “A fun, exhilarating challenge for a great charity. Definitely blew away the cobwebs”

Photo caption: Carrie Morris (left) and Emma Morton before their exhilarating wing walk for Parkinson’s UK.

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