4 years ago
Sunday, Jul 19, 2015Start Time: 9:00 AM
End Time: 5:00 PM
London Parachute School
Ipsden, OX10 6AS
32 people are raising funds
Join BAPS Charities in its effort to help the community by taking part in a sponsored skydive.
Imagine the thrill as you leave the plane at over 10,000 feet:
• Accelerate in free fall from 0 to 120mph
• Fall through the sky for over 5,000 feet
• Enjoy the silence and tranquillity after the parachute deploys
• Get amazing views as you gently glide down to earth
You complete your training and jump in one day. This is a tandem skydive so you jump harnessed to a British Parachute Association instructor, so you can relax and enjoy the unique experience – all while raising money for charity.
• You have to be at least 18 years old to jump
• Jumpers must weigh less than 15 stone (95 kg)
• You will need to complete a ‘Declaration of Fitness’ form before you jump
• If you are aged 40 years or over or have a medical condition, your declaration form will also need to be signed by your GP
• You will need to pay a non-refundable deposit of £50 on registration
• You will need to raise a minimum of £400 to jump for free
• Places are available on a first-come first served basis
• This event will take place in Reading on Sunday 19 July 2015
• Please email Skydive15@uk.bapscharities.org to register
British Heart Foundation
The British Heart Foundation is the leading UK Charity that cares for cardiovascular disease.
The charity is working towards a future in which people do not die prematurely or suffer from
cardiovascular disease. This year they aim to create a Nation of Lifesavers by giving people
the skills and confidence to act when they witness cardiac arrest. BAPS Charities is supporting ‘BHF’s ‘Call Push Rescue’ Training Kit for Schools’.
Learn more: http://www.bhf.org.uk
Rosa's mission is to lead and build investment in social change for women and girls across the UK, to create a society in which they: are safe and free from fear and violence, achieve economic justice, enjoy good health and well being and have an equal voice.
Learn more: http://www.rosauk.org