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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.
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Peter is raising money for the RAF Association. You can find out more on his Just Giving page here
A former Spitfire pilot has completed his very first sky dive in Peterborough.
92-year-old Peter Proctor never had to use his parachute during the Second World War.
He successfully completed his charity charity jump at Sibson airfield this afternoon.
A 92-year-old World War Two veteran is preparing to take part in a sky dive in Peterborough for charity.
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.
The money he raises will go to the RAF Association, who provide welfare support to servicemen and their families.