Sunday 22nd April 2018
(Rescheduled due to the poor weather conditions on March 18th)
Hinton Airfield, Brackley
Are you after a hair-raising, adrenaline-fuelled challenge?
Why not push the boundaries and take to the skies to support The Hospice of St Francis?
Due to the poor weather conditions on the 18th March the Hospice's annual Skydive challenge has been rescheduled for Sunday 22nd April. There are a few places left if you would like to join the team and take to the skies for The Hospice of St Francis.
How it works...
A non- refundable deposit of £50 is payable upon registration.
There is then a minimum sponsorship amount of £350 to raise (£150 of this covers the cost of your jump, the remainder of your sponsorship will come directly to the Hospice to help us provide care and support when it matters most).
If you are ready to take to the skies:
Register today by downloading our Registration Form here
This could be you in 2018!
"Thanks to Sarah & Claire at the Hospice who looked after us tirelessly - they did a fab job.”
Abbey, Sue and Chris
"It was wonderful to feel the wind in my face and to be up there looking down at the ground below through the gaps in the cloud. I felt 100% confident in my instructor Dave and he gave me a fantastic ride down with some twist and turns once we were through the cloud to add bit of excitement!"
"Thanks for letting me have the experience of a lifetime. I will be bringing some more people along with me next year for sure and I have put the date on my calendar for next year already!"
"I've never taken part in a sponsored event before and have been so impressed at the generosity of some people - altogether it's been a fantastic experience."
"Who would have thought I’d be jumping out of a plane at 13,000ft in my 64th year! I can’t explain how jumping out of that plane has changed my life, focus and outlook, I’ve left all those sad feelings up there on the clouds. I promised Brian I’d raise money for St Francis and I have, originally the first date would have been Brian’s birthday but it wasn’t to be, high winds meant the jump was cancelled."
For further information contact Claire Jones on 01442 869555 /email@example.com