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Funeral director raises over £800 for cancer mums

A young funeral director has raised more than £800 for mums with cancer from pub-goers with deep pockets at the weekend.

Gary Valentine Fuller was set to do a skydive on Saturday for the charity he set up after his nan died from cancer. But due to high winds the jump, in aid of The MumMum Foundation was cancelled. Not to be deterred, Gary went ahead with a fundraiser at the Nag’s Head in Camberwell, where he raised £820 from a raffle and donations.

The 24-year-old (pictured) will go ahead with the parachute jump at the earliest opportunity, from which he hopes to meet his £5,000 target so he can register the MumMum Foundation as a charity in the UK. Visit

www.facebook.com/themummumfoundation for more information.

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