Jess Bent, Partnerships Executive at Sheffield United Women is set to take on a skydive to raise vital funds for Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice.

Jess will be taking to the skies at Hibaldstow Airfield on 24th June to raise as much as possible for the local charity which supports children and young people with life-shortening conditions. The challenge will see her experiencing the UK’s highest tandem jump from a plane reaching an incredible 15,000ft.

Jess said: "Since coming to Sheffield in January, I have been so lucky to meet such amazing people who are incredibly welcoming and supportive. It’s important to me to do my bit and give back to a charity who support families in Sheffield and beyond.

"I’m really looking forward to the skydive and appreciate any support towards my fundraising for Bluebell Wood."

To support Jess, please visit her fundraising page here.

Pip Colley, Regional Fundraiser at Bluebell Wood Children’s Hospice, said: "Bluebell Wood is one of SUFC’s charities of the year, and we are so grateful to them and to Jess for all their support this year. I’m looking forward to cheering for her on the day of the skydive and I’m sure it will be a fantastic experience for her."

"There’s still time to join Jess and sign up for the skydive on 24th June. It’s an exhilarating opportunity for any adrenaline junkies out there. You can find out more information and how to book on our website here."