*Please note: This is event is now fully booked. We will announce another Skydive Day soon, so please keep an eye on our website for a new date.*
Here’s your chance to fulfil the dream of a lifetime! The Tilstock aircraft will take you to up to an incredible 10,000 feet, nearly 2 miles in the air. Check out the amazing views over the Shropshire countryside on the way up before sliding to the edge of the door attached to one of the team of instructors. Freefall for up to 30 seconds before the parachute opens at about 5000 feet above the ground – and enjoy!!
We ask all of our skydiving superheroes to raise a minimum of £400 in sponsorship to help Hope House be there for every mum, dad, brother and sister who need us. Our skydivers jump for free and will receive fundraising help and support from us right up until the big day. We'll also be there at the airfield to cheer you on and wave from the ground!
To find out more or request an information pack, give us a call on 01691 671671 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you're ready to take the plunge and make a difference for seriously ill local children, you can book by calling Skydive Tilstock on 01948 841111 and paying your non-refundable registration fee of £50, quoting "Hope House Skydive Day 18th May 2019".
Please read the following important information: Due to weather conditions, skydives are subject to last minute cancellations and delays when the weather is not suitable or safe for jumping. Please be prepared that you may have a long wait and if your jump is cancelled entirely, then it can be rescheduled to suit you.
Please note that the minimum age for parachuting is 16 and the maximum weight is 15 stones (95 kg) FULLY CLOTHED and not overweight for your height. Please check the height/weight chart and the medical restrictions here. You will be required to sign a medical declaration and may potentially need sign off from your doctor before jumping if you have certain medical conditions. The maximum age for Tandem Skydiving is 70. Anyone under 18 must have the written consent of a parent or guardian.