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Taking the plunge has brought swimming success for three members of the Blyth Lifeguard and Swimming Club.
TAKING THE PLUNGE: Paolo Di Canio yesterday; DI CANIO: Brief encounter
Former Coundon Court School pupil Cheryl Oliver, aged 17, of Summers Road, Keresley, is taking the plunge in Oxfordshire for the Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign.
BRIAN KENWRIGHT gave a new meaning to taking the plunge on his wedding day.
TAKING THE PLUNGE...(from left) John James, Ann Stanton, Jason Cox, community development officer, and Derek Inman, chief executive of the Birmingham Foundation.
A husband and wife from a funeral home will be taking the plunge for charity.
The scene won't be screened until later this year, but it was good to see Sarah taking the plunge again in her famous role.
On Saturday, March 25, landlord Richard Morisot at the Malt Shovel in Church Road, Gaydon, will be taking the plunge from a 200ft crane with seven friends in aid of Myton Hospice.
But asked if he fancied taking the plunge with the performing seal the veteran actor said pool the other one.
YOU might not expect to find one of Britain's greatest soccer managers taking the plunge at a swimming pool in Cwmbran.
It looked a long way down at only 35ft but I am now looking at taking the plunge from a 165ft tower!''
Telly medic Jane Gurnett hopes she won't be nursing any regrets after taking the plunge into some serious festive exercise.
Catsuits They may look sexy on the Versace catwalk but if you're thinking about taking the plunge, be careful.
Coventry Sports Centre is taking the plunge and running a canoeing course for beginners.
It offers key advice for anyone thinking about taking the plunge with a home income plan.