Tenovus Cancer Care Spring Skydive
Sunday, 5th February 2017, Swansea Airfield
Could you take flight this February?
Join our Spring Skydive for an incredible tandem skydive from 12,000 feet and feel the adrenaline rush as you free fall at over 120mph! Take in the fantastic views of the Gower Peninsular all while in the safe hands of your qualified tandem instructor.
Want a Tenovus Cancer Care Charity Place?
We’d love for you to join us at our Spring Skydive on 5th February, but if you'd rather pick your own date, just let us know! We ask all our charity place skydivers to pledge to raise a target sponsorship of £320, but we don’t ask you to ‘fly solo’! Our aim is to make it easy for you to ‘dive’ straight into your fundraising and we will be here to support you every step of the way.
Already registered for your own dive?
If you have registered on your own dive this year and are planning on raising funds for Tenovus Cancer Care, simply click the button below and fill out the form to let us know! We would love to personally welcome you to Team Tenovus Cancer Care!
Capture the moment forever?
You’ll have the opportunity for an extra fee to book your very own freefall camera flyer, who will record your entire skydive experience! Capture fantastic memories to look back on in years to come & share the moment with loved ones.
When you join Team Tenovus Cancer Care you'll receive:
- Your very own Tenovus Cancer Care T-Shirt which you can wear on the day of your skydive, so you can proudly show everybody what cause you’re supporting
- Our fundraising pack with everything you’ll need to hit your fundraising target
- Your very own certificate once your dive is complete, so you can showcase your fantastic fundraising achievement!
Sign up now by clicking the button below and filling in the form, & our team will be in touch.
Alternatively if you have any questions, just contact the events team at email@example.com or on 029 2076 8863.
This event is fundraising for Tenovus Cancer Care, helping us to support cancer patients and their loved ones in the community.