A man who did a 10,000ft skydive in a pig onesie has raised £4,545 for Bristol Royal Hospital for Children.

Cameron Naughton, a pig farmer, did the skydive in March to raise money for the hospital after his friend's baby Jack passed away there.

Jack was born on 16 August 2018 but sadly passed away just 12 days later due to a viral infection.

Cameron said: "Jack's parents Gary and Chrissie have faced a depth of grief impossible for us to fully understand and they have my complete admiration for the way they have coped so far.

"I wanted to do the skydive to be a small part of helping to prevent other parents experiencing such desperate heartache and to support those coping with very sick children."

The money Cameron has raised will go towards the latest equipment for the Starlight Ward at the hospital. 

Cameron, Gary and Chrissie visited the hospital to speak to staff and find out how the money raised will be spent.

Gary and Chrissie said: "It's amazing to see where the money will go and the happiness our gift could bring to the children being treated on the Starlight Ward."

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