Sky dive for Alzheimer’s Support

21st January 2021, 12:46pm | By Joanna Pazucha | Event Date : 20210320

Beat the lockdown blues and sign up to Alzheimer’s Support’s Skydive for Dementia on March 20th. Not only will you experience the thrill of a lifetime, but you’ll also raise money for people living with dementia in Wiltshire.

The charity has teamed with skydive experts GoSkydive to offer places on a dedicated Alzheimer’s Support jump day. GoSkydive have Covid-secure safety measures in place and specialise in first-time jumps so you’ll be in very safe hands.

The 10,000 ft tandem jump takes place at Old Sarum, near Salisbury. After 30 seconds of freefall, when you’ll travel through the air at 125mph, the parachute will open and you’ll experience amazing views across the Wiltshire landscape as you descend.

So why not join the team and have something wonderful to look forward to.

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