Take the plunge and join us at the next Big Jump…
| | Sunday 23rd June 2019 | |
Experience the thrill of the HIGHEST skydive in the UK as you leave your comfort zone 15,000 feet below as you soar through the sky – accelerating from 0-120 mph in just 10 seconds.
You’ll never forget this exhilarating experience, and at the same time, you’ll be raising vital funds in support of Weston Park Cancer Charity.
Are you brave enough to take the plunge and join us at the next Big Jump? It’s taking place on 23 June 2019 at Skydive Hibaldstow in North Lincolnshire and applications are NOW OPEN.
What happens on the day?
The UK’s highest tandem skydive allows you to enjoy one minute of adrenaline-fueled freefall, harnessed to the front of a fully BPA qualified Tandem Parachuting Instructor.
Following an introduction to the team and 20 minutes of ground training, you’ll step on board for your 15 minute flight up to an altitude of 15,000 ft.
You and your experienced instructor will bravely take the plunge and experience a thrilling one minute descent, reaching speeds of up to 120mph.
At a height of 5000 ft. your instructor will open the parachute and you will begin your five minute scenic parachute decline, expertly guided down to the drop zone and landing to the cheers of your family and friends.
Are you ready to take to the skies? Sign up, below or download our Big Jump Registration Form
Hibaldstow Airfield, Hibaldstow (near Brigg), North Lincolnshire, DN20 9NN
Tel: 0113 250 5600
What is included in the tandem jump?
• Briefing with a fully BPA qualified Tandem Parachuting Instructor
• All equipment needed for your jump: the airfield will provide a jumpsuit, goggles and headgear
• Tandem skydive from up to 15,000 ft.
• Mandatory membership to the British Parachute Association
The only type of insurance included is the mandatory membership to the British Parachute Association.
There is no medical or personal accident insurance included. However, if you would like to take out a
one-off tandem jump policy then this is your choice. We cannot provide or recommend insurance
however there are several companies that offer this, including Sky Cover, visit: www.sky-cover.co.uk or call 0844 892 1515 for a quote.
If you need any information about the skydive itself or age, weight and medical restrictions,
please contact Skydive Hibaldstow directly on: 01652 648837 or email: [email protected] as they
are in the best position to answer any queries.
Skydive Hibaldstow Tandem Skydive Information and Restrictions
Tandem skydiving is designed to allow as many people as possible to enjoy freefall; however, there are a few restrictions, such as age and weight. Please download our Big Jump Brochure and read these carefully.
How much will it cost?
The minimum total amount we ask you to raise is £409. This includes a payment of £209 to Skydive Hibaldstow (special charity rate) to cover the cost of the jump and a minimum sponsorship of £200 in support of Weston Park Cancer Charity.
Every penny you raise over the minimum amount will be donated to Weston Park Cancer Charity, making your gift even greater.
Please note: if you choose to pay for the jump yourself and give all of your sponsorship money to Weston Park Cancer Charity, we do not require a minimum sponsorship.
How we can support you
Although the sponsorship total may seem like a daunting amount to raise, we will support you every step of the way, and you’ll be surprised how quickly your total grows.
As soon as you have registered to jump, you will receive fundraising advice, ideas and materials to help you raise those vital funds, as well as important information about your Big Jump.
Are you ready? Sign up…
• If you are jumping on an alternative date to our Big Jump, call Skydive Hibaldstow on: 01652 648 837 to arrange a date and mark this date on your Big Jump Registration Form
• Return the completed form to Weston Park Cancer Charity, Whitham Road, Sheffield, S10 2SJ, with your deposit of £50, to reserve your place
Thank you for soaring through the clouds in support Weston Park Cancer Charity. Every bit of help ensures we can continue to create a better life for the thousands of patients and their families living with, and beyond, cancer across our region.