Skydive for RUH patients

16th January 2020, 4:07pm | By Maddy Jones | Event Date : 20200705

Tick skydiving off your bucket-list with us this summer! Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie, want to face your fear of heights or are looking for something a bit different – you can be sure that leaping from the sky will also make a huge difference to the lives of thousands of RUH patients & families back on the ground.

 

The Forever Friends Appeal, the fundraising charity for the hospital, is looking for as many daredevils as possible to join them for a day of skydiving on Sunday 5th July, at Netheravon Airfield in Wiltshire.

 

Get your plane ticket for £50 at www.foreverfriendsappeal.co.uk / 01225 821535. Please note, there is a minimum sponsorship requirement of £350 for a ward or department of your choice at the hospital.

In return all participants will receive a jump t-shirt, fundraising guidance and lots of support from the drop zone.

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