An RAF veteran from Great Bardfield is taking on a charity wing walk for Essex and Herts Air Ambulance.

Terry Nunn will take on the challenge at Headcorn Airfield in Kent on Friday, June 14.

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He said: "This has always been an ambition of mine so I thought I would raise funds for a very worthwhile cause while fulfilling a dream."

Terry, who served for 31 years in the Royal Observer Corps, has previously flown in most types of aircraft - including a Spitfire - but wing walking will be a new experience for him.

The air ambulance is based at North Weald airfield which goes back to WWII - another of Terry's interests.