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Huws Gray team sky dive 10’000 feet for Hope House

Nine brave Huws Gray employees recently took part in a tandem sky dive at Whitchurch on September 19th to raise money for Hope House Children’s Hospices.

Huws Gray team sky dive 10'000 feet for Hope House

Among the group were Colin, Thomas, Matthew, Paul, Gary, Steven, and Karl from the Caernarfon branch, Owain Williams from the Health and Safety department, and Rob Hughes from the Wrexham branch.

A team spokesman said: “We had a fantastic day, it’s an unforgettable experience that we thoroughly enjoyed. The most exhilarating part is when you’re in the plane looking down and ready to jump, there is no turning back once you’re out of the plane. Freefalling in the sky was an amazing experience, we’re glad we can support the fantastic work they do at Hope House Children’s Hospices.”

The team have already raised almost £4,000 for the hospice. Huws Gray will have another team taking part in a different tandem sky dive next week.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Fiona Russell-Horne
Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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