Not content with completing her fourth wing walk just weeks ago, strapped to the wing of a flying plane, the plucky nonagenarian was sent hurtling through the air along a zip line at Penrhyn Slate Quarry in Wales.
Seconds before her eye-popping descent, zip line staff asked her "Does that feel okay?", to which she replied “Yes, it’s fine”, as she stared excitedly out over the quarry.
Ms Bromage's 90-year-old body was positioned horizontally and strapped into a harness suspended from the zipwire cable.
While she cannot walk unaided, the fearless pensioner soon soared across the sky over Penrhyn Quarry at Zip World Velocity 2.
Ms Bromage hopes her brave acts this year will raise £10,000 for a summer house and wheel-chair accessible garden at the Cheltenham house where she lives.
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