FEARLESS pensioner Trish Wagstaff has been back to her adrenaline-fuelled antics to raise funds for charity.

The 87-year-old, from Appleton, took to the skies on Monday, flying a glider above Wycombe County Park.

Once the small craft was in the air she took over from a pilot in the back seat of the glider.

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The grandmother-of-two said: "He taught me how to go straight, left and right.

"It was quite easy really and there were beautiful views across the countryside."

She has managed to raise an impressive £16,000 for the Stroke Association.

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Trish Wagstaff with Sophie Bailey-Smith from the Stroke Association

The former Army wife has been completing charity stunts since her first skydive more than a decade ago, shortly after her husband of 53 years, Peter, died.

She has done everything from wing walks to abseils for charity, and last September took on the 100m descent of Spinnaker Tower.

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Ms Wagstaff is keeping tight-lipped about her next stunt but confirmed she already has plans in place.

Sara Betsworth, head of stroke support at the Stroke Association said: “We would like to say a massive thank you to Trish for taking on her glider challenge.

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“Trish is an amazing supporter of the Stroke Association and has raised so much money for us.

“The money she has raised will help us to support stroke survivors of all ages in the area, as well as fund the latest research that will help us prevent more strokes from happening in the future.”

To donate visit stroke.org.uk.