Are you a brave, thrill-seeker? Would you enjoy the exhilarating feeling of flying through the clouds, from over 10,000 feet in a tandem skydive?
A tandem skydive is the easiest and most popular of all skydives. It requires only 30 minutes of training on the day before you then jump strapped to your instructor. Your instructor does all the hard work for you! You have all the fun.
Do something amazing for breast cancer prevention by signing up today and committing to raising a minimum of £395. The registration fee is only £70! The money raised will go straight to supporting people to reduce their risk of ever getting breast cancer.
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Once you have signed up you will receive confirmation from Skyline, which can take up to 3 days to arrive, with everything you need to know about your jump.
We’ll be in touch to help you plan your fundraising and prepare for the day. To get you started check out our handy fundraising tips.
Still not sure whether you are brave enough?
Here’s what some of our other Skydivers have said about their jumps:
“Thank you for allowing me to be part of an amazing day, and giving me a memory that I’ll treasure for the rest of my days.” Stewart Johnson, Oswestry Rugby Club
“On a personal level it was definitely a challenge, but my friend who is an artist drew pictures of what he’d imagined I was doing. I think if I’d seen them beforehand I wouldn’t have been quite so fearful looking out into the sky from the plane! He said ‘Karen did a jump yesterday to raise funds to fight breast cancer. I like to think that women I have lost to cancer watched Karen down safely’. It’s a beautiful thought to help others who may be considering skydiving for you….” Karen Dobres, Lewes FC
Image credit: John-Paul Flintoff
If you have any questions, please contact us on 0845 680 1322 or email: [email protected].
As desperate as we are to understand the causes of breast cancer, we firmly believe that this can be done without harm to animals. Please make a donation today to help our scientists undertake world-class research. Thank you.
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