Charity Sky Dive for Enham Trust
Do you fancy the challenge of a lifetime?
How about throwing yourself out of a plane at 15,000 feet? A challenge for both your body and mind. Have you got what it takes?
Tandem Skydive with Go Skydive on 2nd November 2017 for Enham Trust and help our work supporting disabled people to live the lives they choose.
Go skydive is the UK’s only specialist tandem skydiving centre and one of the only centres in the UK to offer a parachute jump from the UK’s highest altitude of 15,000 feet – this gives you 60 seconds of freefall.
Sarum Airfield in the beautiful town of Salisbury in Wiltshire offers fantastic views over the Salisbury Plains, the New Forest and the South coast and you could be taking in the sights free falling from a plane! You’ll be under the supervision of one of GoSkydives highly experienced instructor’s throughout your skydive and for this reason your training can be kept to a minimum when compared to other forms of skydiving training – giving you more time to get out there! Get your friends or work colleagues to join you for the most wonderful experience of a lifetime.
- Registration cost - £50
- Fundraising target - £395
We challenge you to an adrenaline-fuelled charity dive!
For further information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01264 345800.
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