Michael was supposed to be celebrating turning 24 tomorrow, and Saturday 25th May would have been the couple’s six year anniversary.

“It’s been over two years now and I want to give something back to the Air Ambulance Service who tried their hardest to save Michael’s life,” said Shana.

“I never actually realised that the air ambulance don’t get any funding from the government or the lottery.”

In January 2012, both Michael and his friend, Mikey Abdou from Hockley Heath, were killed when the car Mr Abdou was driving crashed head-on into a bus making its way back to Stratford-upon-Avon from Mary Arden’s Farm.

They were just down the road from Mr Dugmore’s house.

“The last two years have been very hard and every day it gets harder and harder; it certainly does not get any easier in time,” said Shana.

“It hurts more and more each day, feels like I’m still dreaming and it’s a terrible nightmare that I can’t wake up from.

“I would do absolutely anything to bring him back to me. My life has been torn apart and nothing will ever be the same again.

“On the day that he died part of me died too and that will never ever be able to be replaced.”

Shana is trying to raise £2,000. She is paying for the skydive entirely out of her own pocket and stressed that every donation is going straight to charity.

Donate online at www.justgiving.com/shana-nichols or text MJSD80 plus the amount to 70070.