TWO Llandudno friends have signed up for a wing walk to raise funds for St David’s Hospice.

Tracey Mercer and Tina Keating have stepped forward and volunteered to become dare devils in memory of their beloved friend Joanna Entwisle.

They will be pushing their courage to new limits as they amaze their friends and family by putting their very own in-flight show on the wing

The sponsored challenge will see the pair take to the sky with their courage in their hands and fly strapped on to the top wing of a biplane.

They have pledged to raise £5,000 for the hospice.

Tracey said: “St David's Hospice has helped so many people we know and we want to give a little help back.

“Joanna was so well looked after in the Hospice's care and nothing was too much trouble for the staff.

"She had one wish, to watch her kids play with all her family around her.

“The Hospice helped so much to give Jo her wish, they even had a member of staff go out with her and her family that day to administer pain relief so she could enjoy her day comfortably.

“Let’s pull together to give a little back to this amazing charity.”

The adrenaline fuelled wing walking challenge is planned to take place next June at Breighton Airfield near Selby, Yorkshire.

Being airborne at speeds of up to 135mph, will be an amazing and nerve tingling experience for both.

Talking about the aerial display fundraiser, hairdresser Tracey said: “We’re both feeling a mixture of excitement and nervousness about the challenge.

"It’ll probably be more nerves come the day.”

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