Warwick School leavers are bouncing off the walls after smashing a Guinness World Record and raising thousands of pounds for a charity in the process.
The ten-strong team took turns on a bouncy castle for 48 hours - the previous record was 38. The challenge started at the school’s gym last Thursday with the team taking turns to bounce until Saturday.
The team have raised more than £3,000 for the Haemophilia Society, a charity they are supporting as a team mates father died of the condition. During the challenge, Warwick and Leamington MP dropped by to offer some encouragement.
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