92 year old in parachute jump

A 92 year old World War Two veteran is taking part in a sky dive in Peterborough for charity.

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Former Spitfire pilot completes skydive

A former spitfire pilot's had made his very first skydive near Peterborough.

92-year-old Peter Proctor never had to use his parachute during the second world war, but he made a charity jump at Sibson airfield.

Click below to watch our report from Olivia Paterson.

Peter is raising money for the RAF Association. You can find out more on his Just Giving page here

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92-year-old former pilot prepares for sky dive

A 92-year-old World War Two veteran is preparing to take part in a sky dive in Peterborough for charity.

Peter Proctor preparing for his sky dive Credit: ITV Anglia

Peter Proctor has two artificial hips, an artificial knee and almost a century of memories.

However, the 92-year-old Spitfire pilot, who never had to use his parachute during World War 2, will be deploying one for the first time in a sky dive for an RAF charity.

Briefing for everyone involved in the sky dive Credit: ITV Anglia

The money he raises will go to the RAF Association, who provide welfare support to servicemen and their families.

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