EACH's tandem skydive World Record

EACH's tandem skydive World Record

20 Jun 2015
City: Peterborough
Postcode: PE8 6NE
Phone: 01223 205180
Join EACH in a World Record attempt at 120mph!
East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) are calling on adrenalin fans to help with an attempt to smash all previous records for skydiving by being part of a bid to complete the most tandem jumps in England in 24 hours. 

On 14th June 2014, Skyline broke their own previous ‘World’ Record and had 320 skydivers jumping for charity in one day! They will be taking to the skies again on 20th June 2015 when they hope to smash last year’s record and this is YOUR chance to get involved for EACH! All around the country, hundreds of enthusiastic tandem skydivers will be taking to the air before exiting from the door of their aircraft from over 2 and half miles up and freefalling at a speed of 120mph through the clouds, and gliding back down to their envious supporters on the ground below.  Skydiving is an unbelievable and exhilarating rush like no other and with no experience required – this is an opportunity to reach for the skies, be part of a Record attempt and show support for life-threatened local children.

All we ask is that you raise a minimum sponsorship of £395.  This helps to cover your booking fee of £70 which is required in advance and payment for your jump is required on the day and is likely to be in the region of £180.  You will need to provide the remaining sponsorship money due to EACH by cheque but this can be post-dated by up to four weeks. This post-dated method of payment makes it as easy as possible for you, allowing you plenty of time to collect your sponsorship money after the jump before it is due to us.  Alternatively, you could elect to pay for your own booking fee and jump fee meaning all your sponsorship money will come to EACH.

Precise instructions on how to operate the above system (including how much to pay your local airfield on the day and how much sponsorship money is due to EACH) will be sent to you by Skyline upon receipt of your reservation form and booking deposit.

If you are interested in a group booking, please contact the EACH Cambridgeshire fundraising team on 01223 205180.  The deadline for registrations is Friday 10th April. 
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  • When we first heard about the hospice we were apprehensive because we didn’t know what to expect. When we got there we realised it was a lovely place where Renee would be well looked after, and we would be able to have a much-needed break. Stacy, Renee’s mum
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