Independent retailer joins toy industry charity skydive

Published on: 19th April 2016

Ginette McGee, owner of ToyTown Seaford is joining in the Big Cambridge Challenge.

ginette480She will take part in a 12000ft tandem skydive to help raise over £200k for Toy Trust.

Ginette told Toy World: “In a moment of madness, I have signed up to hurl myself out of a plane at some ridiculous height, but thankfully I’ll be strapped to someone who hopefully will have done it before many times and survived. Please make my fear worthwhile and donate to the ToyTrust.
Along with the lunatics doing the skydive, there are 280 people from all over the Toy industry giving up their time and aiming to raise over £200k for the children’s charities supported by the ToyTrust”.

This year, the Toy Trust will be giving much needed play equipment to 10 children’s hospices around the country, as well as supporting the East Africa Playgrounds charity to create play areas in locations where the poorest children have no space to play. Toy World is sure you’ll agree these are some of the simplest ways that giving can have an immediate positive affect on someone’s childhood, so please donate today.


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