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A record-breaking skydive in Lincolnshire has raised more than £150,000 for the teenage cancer trust
Over 400 friends and family of Steven Sutton took part in the event yesterday at Hibaldstow Airfield, including his mum Jane.
It was all to break the record for the most tandom skydives in one place in 24 hours.
Steven, from Staffordshire, raised over £5 million for the charity before he passed away last May.
Family and friends of Stephen Sutton who have been skydiving at a Lincolnshire airfield in an attempt to set a new world record in his memory have passed their 287th jumper.
It means more people have completed a tandem skydive today than ever before in 24 hours.
The organisers are waiting for official confirmation from the Guinness World Record adjudicator.
Jane Sutton, the mother of blogger and charity activist Stephen Sutton has skydived in Lincolnshire - attempting to break a world record in his memory.
Hundreds of people including Sutton's friends and family are aiming to set a new record for tandem parachute jumps within 24 hours at a single venue.
Click below to see footage from Hibalstow Airfield:
Hundreds of people are taking part in a world record breaking sky diving event in Lincolnshire today in memory of Stephen Sutton.
Stephen passed away last year after raising more than £5million for the Teenage Cancer Trust.
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Over 400 people fell 10,000ft from the sky, smashing a Guinness World Records title in honour of Stephen Sutton today in Lincolnshire.