Man takes plunge for charity
PUBLISHED: 15:00 31 October 2010
A HUTTON businessman said he was 'petrified' after bungee jumping for charity, but pleased he had raised £300 for a charity close to his heart.
Toni Schulze, who runs TS Training, a business which specialises in training and giving seminars for carers of people with Alzheimer’s, raised the money for BRACE, a charity dedicated to supporting dementia research.
After taking the plunge at the Coach House pub in Locking, he said: “I was petrified before, but the boy ahead of me was about nine, and a guy a couple of goes after me was about 90.
“It wasn’t fun, being around 200ft up and looking at a tiny plastic square below you.”