Accountant jumps off a cliff

November 8, 2011

Chartered accountant Roger Isaacs and his nine-year-old son Harry have raised more than £1,500 for charity – by jumping off a cliff.

Roger, a partner with Milsted Langdon, which has offices in Bristol, Taunton and Yeovil, was taking part in a sponsored abseil at Uphill Rock, near Weston-super-Mare, in aid of Headway, a Somerset charity which provides specialist support and therapy to individuals who have suffered brain injury with the aim of helping them to live as independently as possible.
He said: "It was extremely windy at the top and the descent itself was not for the faint-hearted but Harry was very brave. In fact, he was so brave that I was left with little option but to follow him over the edge!"
Roger, a volunteer trustee for the charity, raised £1,559. Donations can still be made by visiting

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