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Bulldog spirit

Henderson Rowe dogs of the FTSETM 100 fund manager Giles Rowe overcame a flying phobia and an extreme fear of heights to raise money for children’s charity Fly2Help.

Rowe took to the cockpit of a Bulldog aerobatic plane for a day of aerial rolls, loop the loops and simulated dogfights at 10,000 feet over Kemble in Wiltshire with Ultimate High flying school.

Rowe says: “I had hoped for the aerial equivalent of a VW Beetle or a Mini but apparently the Bulldog is the equivalent of a Ferrari.”

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