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September 25 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Experience the biggest adrenaline rush of your life and join our skydive team today! What better way to see in 2021 than with an exhilarating 60 second freefall and spectacular parachute ride.

On Saturday 25 September 2021 our amazing skydive team will take to the skies with our partners Skydive Buzz 15,000ft up above Dunkeswell Airfield, Devon, to experience the adrenaline of freefalling from the UK’s highest skydive!

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We have two options for our freefalling supporters to secure their dive. You can:

Jump for Free

Pay a £50 deposit and ‘jump for free’ with the commitment to raise at least £395*

*£250 of this is paid to Skydive Buzz to cover your jump



Buy your space today for £279 and raise whatever you can for Weston Hospicecare

By taking part and raising money for your hospice you can be safe in the knowledge that every penny you raise will support services given to people in Weston, North Somerset and Sedgemoor with life-limiting conditions.

How do I start fundraising?

  1. Make yourself a JustGiving page by clicking here.
  2. Share the news with family and friends that you are taking to the skies.
  3. Send them your JustGiving link where they can donate.

If you need more support or would like to discuss fundraising ideas with our dedicated team click here to email them. Alternatively, you can call 01934 423900 to speak to a member of our Events and Challenges Team.

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September 25
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Weston Hospicecare


Dunkeswell Aerodrome
Dunkeswell, Honiton EX14 4LG United Kingdom + Google Map
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