Feel on top of the world by skydiving for Caudwell Children
GET READY TO…. SKYDIVE 10,000FT!
We offer charity skydives at locations right across the UK. To find out the nearest location to you request an information pack.
Experience the exhilaration of being in freefall! Strapped to a highly qualified tandem instructor you will jump from 10,000 feet, falling at speeds of 120mph before your parachute is deployed allowing you to take in the views.
The skydive will make you feel on top of the world in more ways than one – all the money you raise goes straight into helping us transform the lives of thousands of disabled children and their families.
Where to take part?
There are a number of locations across the UK where you can complete your skydive (however it is weather dependent so best to register in spring, summer or early autumn!)
Please choose a date and a British Parachute Association approved tandem skydive centre near you!
There is a £50 registration fee to take part in a skydive. We then ask that you make a pledge to fundraise at least £395 for Caudwell Children.
What you need to know?
Are you ready to feel on top of the world?
For a tandem skydive you must be at least 16 years old and must weigh under 15 stone with your weight in proportion to your height. Please note some centres have lower weight limits – please contact us for details.
The principal medical restrictions are diabetes, epilepsy, fits, re-current blackouts, heart or lung disease, mental illness and some cases of asthma but if you are in any doubt please contact us for further information.
You will be required to sign a medical form before you jump declaring your fitness to take part – this will be sent to you upon receipt of your registration form but is also available on request.
Those under the age of 18 will need the medical form signed by a parent or guardian; those aged 40 and over, or those with a medical condition, will need it signed by their doctor.
Should the weather be unsuitable for jumping on the day it will be up to you to return to the parachute centre on another occasion(s) if necessary to complete your jump.