‘Fearless’ Barnet man will walk on plane’s wing to raise teenage cancer charity cash

Taylor Unwin from Barnet is raising funds for Teens Unite.

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‘Fearless’ Taylor Unwin

A Barnet Man is preparing to be strapped to the wings of a plane on December 9th to raise money for a teenage cancer charity.

Taylor Unwin, from Barnet, will be joining colleague David Batey, from Shuttleworth in Bedfordshire, in a wingwalking challenge in aid of Teens Unite.  Both men work at heating, plumbing and air movement materials supplier TG Lynes in Enfield, where Unwin is a warehouse operative and Batey is a sales executive.

Taylor, a 20-year-old gym fanatic, said: “I’ve not really done anything like this before but I love the thought of danger and adrenaline. I’m pretty fearless to be honest so I’m sure I will enjoy it.”

Andrew Ingram, their boss at TG Lynes, said: “I am full of admiration for Taylor and David pushing the boundaries and taking on this terrifying challenge.

“I hope people dig deep and support Teens Unite, which is a fantastic local charity we have had the pleasure of working with over the last 12 months.”

TG Lynes supported Teens Unite with £7,500 worth of product and labour through its Helping Hands campaign last year.

The charity provides people aged between 13 and 24 with the social, emotional, and physical support that is vital to their cancer recovery.

Both men are hoping to raise at least £600 each.

The challenge is taking place at Old Warden Airfield in Shuttleworth.

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