Liam’s special reasons for taking on charity sky dive

Pcso Liam Palmer (front) is doing a skydive in June in aid of the Motor Neurone Disease Association EMN-140704-170200001
Pcso Liam Palmer (front) is doing a skydive in June in aid of the Motor Neurone Disease Association EMN-140704-170200001
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Police officer Liam Palmer is preparing to throw himself out of a plane at 13,000ft to raise money for charity.

The 24-year-old, who is a PCSO based at Bottesford, hopes to raise £750 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MNDA) with his sky dive.

He plans to take on the challenge on Thursday June 19 from Sibson Airfield near Peterborough.

Liam said: “It’s starting to hit home now that I’m going to be doing this as we get closer to the date.

“I’m looking forward to it though and I will be doing it for a very good cause.”

Liam chose the charity because he lost a close family friend to motor neurone disease and because Melton police officer Stewart Sparling also suffers from it.

“It’s a charity close to my heart,” he added. To sponsor Liam go to www.justgiving.com/LiamPalmer6016