Parkour video raises cash for charity

PUDSEY tried parkour when two Colchester students came up with a novel fundraising plan.

James Thompson, from Myland, and Jayde Hubbard, from Highwoods, made a YouTube video featuring themselves doing the extreme sport with Pudsey Bear watching and even trying some jumps.

The couple, both aged 18, made £36 for Children in Need when pals sponsored them for what is thought to be the first of its kind for the charity.

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1:25pm Thu 29 Nov 12

jammin says...

Every little helps but £36? Did their parents not sponsor them aswell? Its cost the gazette more to report on this.
Every little helps but £36? Did their parents not sponsor them aswell? Its cost the gazette more to report on this. jammin

7:19pm Thu 29 Nov 12

jut1972 says...

whats that got to do with it? The gazette has raised awareness and that supports the charity. The charity doesnt pay the gazettes bills?

How much did you donate?!
whats that got to do with it? The gazette has raised awareness and that supports the charity. The charity doesnt pay the gazettes bills? How much did you donate?! jut1972

11:09pm Thu 29 Nov 12

Boris says...

I'd never heard of parkour, but after seeing the clip and consulting Wikipedia, I realise I've seen clips of it for years. The original name is "parcours" because it was developed for the French army. Vive le sport!
I'd never heard of parkour, but after seeing the clip and consulting Wikipedia, I realise I've seen clips of it for years. The original name is "parcours" because it was developed for the French army. Vive le sport! Boris

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