The sky’s the limit for Rehau in world record skydiving attempt

Nine members of staff based at Rehau’s Ross on Wye headquarters have signed up for the challenge which will see them jumping 15,000ft from planes over Honiton airfield in Devon in a giant charity skydive raising money for Prostate Cancer UK.

They hope to be part of the team which breaks the world record for the highest number of fundraisers jumping in tandem over a 24 hour period. The current record is 281 and the target this time is 333.

Familiar faces from Rehau’s group include Franz Huelle, technical manager for Rehau underfloor heating, Rob Ewels, business unit manager for Rehau heating and plumbing and Tom Hunter, technical engineer for Rehau cable management.

Customers, industry colleagues and friends can sponsor them here:

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