The sky will be the limit for the Provost Anne Hall in August when she takes part in a wing-walking display for Help for Heroes.
And she’s looking for 19 big-hearted locals to join her in travelling at speeds of up to 135mph, while strapped securely to a plane’s wing.
There will be two chances for people to take part as the displays will take place on Wednesday 20 and again on Thursday 21 August
Provost Hall said: “Help for Heroes is an extremely worthwhile charity that raises much-needed funds for our wounded and injured service men and women who have shown bravery and courage in serving their country. I’m aiming to raise £500 for the charity through the wing-walk, but if we could raise more I’d be absolutely thrilled.
“The wing-walk will be an amazing and thrilling experience and I’m looking for 19 people to join me to help me raise money for a good cause.”
For more information on how to take part in the wing-walk, please contact the events team on [email protected] or call 0141 618 6794.
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