High flying MQP employee jumps for charity

MQP employee Stuart Woolley recently jumped out of a aeroplane at 14,000 feet… skydiving in aid of charity.  
The high flying Operations Admin Manager at MQP’s Cliffe Hill Quarry raised £1,200 for the company’s chosen charity, Rainbows Hospice.
Commenting on his daredevil dive, Stuart said: “I thoroughly enjoyed the dive.  It really was a once in a lifetime experience and I would recommend adding it to your bucket list!  
"The best part of the experience was the freefall, it only lasted about a minute but I was travelling at 120 miles per hour. Then the parachute opened and it took another five minutes to land. I had a brilliant time and all in aid of charity.” 

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