Christmas skydive

Looking for your last challenge of the year? Well why not take your best Christmas outfit and experience the thrill of free falling at over 120mph through the air!

Three fundraisers skydiving in Father Christmas fancy dress costumes
Date
1st - 31st December
Location
Various
Event type
Parachute Jump
Fundraising target
£395.00
Registration fee
£70.00

Take to the skies dressed in your favourite festive costume!

Whether you’re a newbie or an experienced adrenaline seeker, enjoy the euphoria of flying through the clouds while observing beautiful landscapes for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure this December. 

Choose your ideal date and airfield, and skydive this holiday season with Team Marsden. Spaces are limited so sign up now to get the date and airfield your prefer!

Dates and airfields available:

Auctherarder, Perthshire – 10th and 11th December 2022

Brackley, Northants – 1st to 18th December 2022

Brigg, Lincs – Any Wed to Sunday in December until 18th December 2022

Lancaster, Lancs – Any Friday to Sunday in December until 10th December 2022

Netheravon, Wiltshire - Any Friday to Sunday in December until 11th December 2022

Norwich, Norfolk - Any Friday to Sunday in December until 18th December 2022

Nottingham, Notts – any date in December apart from 25th/26th December 2022

St Andrews, Fife – Any Saturday and Sunday in December until 17th December 2022

Whitchurch, Shropshire – Any Friday and Saturday in December until 17th December 2022

 

As part of Team Marsden you will also receive:

  • A fundraising pack
  • A charity t-shirt for you to wear on the big day (if you decide to forgo the festive costume!)
  • Dedicated fundraising support and advice to help you reach your fundraising target
Stephanie taking part in her skydive
Stephanie takes to the skies

What's skydiving really like?

Stephanie took part in a charity skydive earlier this year and has shared with us what it really feels like and why you should take the plunge and get involved:

"Jumping out of the plane never felt safer as I was strapped to an instructor who had experienced over 6000 jumps.

 Looking at the view was the most rewarding part and knowing I’d done all of this for such a worthy cause was the icing on the cake.

If you’re thinking about taking part in a skydive, I would say without a shadow of doubt, do it. I was very nervous the night before but the adrenaline kicks in and the cause gets you through the fear.

What better way to tick something off on your bucket list than to help such an incredible cause in the process."

Watch Stephanie's Skydive!

Watch charity supporter Stephanie take to the skies for The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity.