Team EACH Skydive May 2018


Name: UK Parachuting

Phone: 01502 476112

Join us at Beccles Airfield in Ellough on Sunday 6th May as we hurtle through the air from 2 miles high! Securely harnessed to your tandem skydiving instructor, you will be in freefall for 50 seconds doing speeds in excess of 120mph.

Skydiving is an exhilarating experience of a lifetime! Take part, and raise money for children and young people with life-threatening conditions and their families across East Anglia.

Charity Tandem Skydive information:

Option A - Self Funded:
£50 deposit and £150 to be paid on the day, then raise a minimum sponsorship of £100

Option B - Sponsorship:
£50 deposit and then raise minimum sponsorship of £300 (£150 being used on the day to pay for the skydive)

*Please note that for Option B you will need proof of fundraising for the parachuting company, please discuss with fundraiser prior to your skydive

Key information:
  • the weight limit for a Tandem Skydive is
    Male 16.7 stones (107kgs)
    Female 15.7 stone (99kgs)
  • The minimum age is 16
  • Over 40's require a BPA medical form stamped and signed by a doctor
What to do next

Book your skydive with UK Parachuting on telephone number 01502 476112 or email informing them that you are taking part in the TEAM EACH SKYDIVE ON.....the date you have chosen. £50 is payable on booking. You will be sent confirmation by UK Parachuting.

Once you have booked, please let us know and we will send you sponsor forms and you can also register for online giving on the Just Giving website.

Please note you must provide proof of sponsorship on the day of your jump by taking both your hard copy sponsor forms and a print out of your Just Giving page.

For more information please contact our Norfolk Fundraising team on
01953 666767 or our Suffolk Fundraising team on 01473 917965.

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