Are you looking for a challenge that fills your body with excitement and adrenaline

Do you want to tell everyone that you jumped out of a plane and explain that it was the best experience EVER?! 

Are you looking to tick off something amazing from your bucket list?! 

You can do this all for free, whilst raising money for children with life-limiting & terminal illnesses and their families. Doing something amazing & giving local families the hope and support they need in a difficult time. 

Then we are looking for YOU! We are giving you the opportunity to take a sky dive and all we ask in return is for you to raise a minimum of £350 for The Pepper Foundation. A hugely worthy cause which is so special to so many people's hearts . 

Come and join us in diving from a plane and raising much needed funds to provide hospice care at home for children with life-limiting & terminal illnesses. You will be helping to provide services like- specialised nursing care, play specialist sessions & bereavement support for families. As much as these services are priceless to the families receiving them, they do cost money to provide, and we want to make sure we can continue to fund these services as well as raise enough money with the prospect to reach more families and provide extra support for them. 


registrations are not available

There are currently no entry options available for this event.


Join us on a tandem skydive reaching heights of up to 15000 feet! 

All training, equipment & insurance is provided on the day. 

We will also give you a Pepper T-Shirt for taking part! 

Let's do this! 

Please Note: 

The minimum age for Tandem Skydiving is 16 with parental consent required for those under 18. There is no upper age limit. For safety reasons, the maximum weight limit for Tandem skydiving is strictly 16 stone (102kg) clothed with shoes. However, it should be noted anyone over 15 stone (95kg) clothed with shoes, will be asked to pay an extra £10 to cover the additional work load for the instructor. Reasonable height to weight ratios and levels of fitness also apply – which please note, again for safety reasons, are a little more stringent for women weighing over 13 stone (83kg).