Date: Dates throughout the year
Location: Various locations

Tandem Skydive is the quickest and easiest way to experience the exhilaration of being in freefall! Strapped to a highly qualified tandem instructor you will jump from 10,000 – 15,000 feet falling at speeds of around 120mph before your parachute is deployed for you to enjoy the views as you float back to the ground. No previous experience is necessary and it takes just one day to be trained and to make the jump!

The dates for this event varies depending on the location you choose, please click here to find out all the different options.

There are two funding options for your Tandem Skydive:
Option A –
 Some of the money you raise will be used to pay for the jump so you will jump for free. This is possible so long as you have raised double the cost of the jump so that a minimum of 50% goes to White Lodge. For example, if your jump costs £270 you will need to raise a minimum of £540

Option B – You pay for the cost of your jump as well as raising money for charity. This means that 100% of what you raise goes to White Lodge Centre. In this case there is no fundraising target.

Medical forms
Every skydiver will need to fill in a medical form, in some cases this will need to be completed and signed by your doctor. Please note that there are surcharges for different weight categories in addition to the cost of the jump. Every skydiver will be assessed by a highly qualified tandem master on the day of their jump and if there are any concerns about the participant, they will not be allowed to jump. Your safety and that of the skydiving professional is our paramount concern and we fully support the professional decision made by the airfield on the day.

How to register
For an information pack and medical form please contact us n Fundraising on 01932 567131 or email: Alternatively you can book directly with UK Skydiving Adventure. Please let us know if you to do this so that we can begin supporting you with your fundraising:

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