The sky’s the limit for Woodley Grange’s Maintenance Manager Peter Adams

We’re so proud of Peter, our maintenance manager at Woodley Grange, who took to the skies to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer, after his partner, Donna, triumphed over the disease last year.

Inspired by her journey and determined to make a difference, Peter challenged himself to step out of his comfort zone, and with the support of experienced skydivers from GoSkydive, completed a skydive in Salisbury.

Peter stated: “I wanted to do something memorable to honour my partner’s strength and celebrate her victory over breast cancer.”

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With full support from our caring community, Peter raised a massive £855 for Breast Cancer Now, an incredible charity dedicated to providing vital support to breast cancer patients, survivors, and their families. A huge thank you to everyone who contributed!

Woodley Grange’s Manager, Liliana Macieira reflects: “We are so proud of Peter’s commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of those affected by breast cancer.

“The success of Peter’s charity skydive serves as a reminder that everyone has the power to make a positive difference and his courage and commitment inspire us all to support those facing the challenges of breast cancer.

“Our residents love him dearly and we are privileged to have such compassionate people as part of our team at Woodley Grange.”

Please join us in congratulating Peter on his massive achievement next time you see him!


This inspirational story made it into the Hampshire Chronicle! To read the full article, please click here.

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