An 88-year-old woman has plunged 12,000ft (3,658m) in a skydive to raise money for a children's hospice.
Daphne Barson in another skydive three years ago
Daphne Barson, from Medstead, near Alton, Hampshire, made a freefall tandem parachute jump on Sunday at Hinton-on-the-Hedges in Oxfordshire.
Mrs Barson is raising funds for the Naomi House hospice in Winchester. She made her first jump aged 85 and raised £1,400 for the same charity.
She said: "It's difficult to describe how it feels to jump. I loved it."
Mrs Barson, whose late husband was a World War II pilot, was encouraged to try skydiving by her son, a former civilian parachute instructor.