Kerry joined others from across the region at Dunkerswell airfield to not only raise money for their chosen charities but to also attempt to set a brand new regional record from the ultimate altitude of 15,000ft.
"It was the most terrifying and exciting experience," says Kerry. "It was great to take on a personal challenge and raise money for a cause very close to my heart. My third baby Lily was stillborn 2 years ago. It was a simple thing but the Sands memory box was one of my first touch points with the charity. It was a welcome distraction in the hospital. Sifting through, it prompted us to make sure we kept some memories of her, which we hadn't even thought about, and the leaflets about siblings really influenced how we broke the news to our two older children. Which was something I was really dreading and fretting over."
Kerry raised £650 in sponsorship and shared these breath taking photos of her jump. If you are interested in taking on your own fundraising challenge there are lots on ideas on the national Sands website https://www.sands.org.uk/get-involved/fundraising/fundraising-events