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Design company staff taking on charity challenge

PUBLISHED: 09:05 29 May 2018

‘Splat Self and his Self-Destructors’ from left to right: Kamil Kalembkiewicz, Sophia Nicklin, Sophie Lissauer, Matthew Self, Steven Ryles and Beth Wade -  Planning a skydive for charity.



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‘Splat Self and his Self-Destructors’ from left to right: Kamil Kalembkiewicz, Sophia Nicklin, Sophie Lissauer, Matthew Self, Steven Ryles and Beth Wade - Planning a skydive for charity. Photo credit and copyright: Concertus

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Concertus staff to sky dive for charity fund this summer,

Staff at Ipswich-based Concertus Design & Property Consultants will be jumping out of a plane to raise money for charity in July.

The team will be skydiving over the Suffolk countryside with the money raised going to the business’s two chosen charities for 2018, the Nick Fayers Amend Fund and Selig Suffolk.

It will be the first time that any of the five have done a skydive and commercial director Matthew Self, together with Beth Wade, Sophie Lissauer, Steven Ryles, Sophia Nicklin and Kamil Kalembkiewicz, will be jumping under the pseudonym ‘Splat Self and his Self-Destructors’.

Whichever team member raises the most will get the chance to push their boss Mr Self out of the plane.

The group will be joined by colleague Paul Smith, a seasoned skydiver who will be filming.

Donate at www.virginmoneygiving.com and search “Matthew Self and Team Skydive for Charity”.

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