On Saturday 11th June 2016, Skyline, alongside The Aspinall Foundation will be attempting to smash all previous records for skydiving. The aim is to complete the most tandem jumps in England in 24 hours… and we need your help!
Imagine yourself exiting from the door of an aircraft from over 2 and half miles up and freefalling at a speed of120mph through the clouds, before gliding back down to your envious supporters on the ground below. Skydiving is an unbelievable and exhilarating rush like no other and with no experience required - it’s your opportunity to reach for the skies and be part of a World Record!
The Aspinall Foundation is a registered charity which is actively involved with several projects that incorporate a diverse range of conservation activities both at our Kent based Howletts and Port Lympne Wild Animal Parks, and with well-established overseas projects. Our main conservation-based activities include captive breeding, education, ecosystem management and the rehabilitation of confiscated wild animals in our Back to the Wild projects.
The Aspinall Foundation has reserved places at the following airfields;
- Places are available at other airfields in Brigg, Cambridgeshire, Salisbury, Swindon, Nottingham and Lancaster. However as The Aspinall Foundation has not reserved places at these sites a place cannot be guaranteed.
Reserving your place costs just £70
You will be required to pay a further £200 if you wish to jump at Durham.
You will be required to pay a further £180 if you wish to jump at Brackley
Any further money above this that you raise will be given directly to The Aspinall Foundation.
If you raise a minimum of £395 in sponsorship for The Aspinall Foundation you can take part in the World Record Attempt for FREE and still be donating about £125 to endangered animals!
For further information please contact the Fundraising Team on 01303 234199 or email@example.com
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