Skydive Challenge for Cransley Hospice

  • 4th September 2021

These dates have SOLD OUT, but please email if you are interested in doing a skydive in the future.

If you want extreme, there’s no better thrill than skydiving.

Leaping out of an aircraft at 13,000 feet and plunging down to earth at speeds of over 120 mph is a breathtaking, heart-pounding kick of a lifetime.

You’ll plummet at about 120 mph, descending to 5,000 feet in around 40 seconds!  At this point, your skydive instructor will open the parachute and you’ll be able to enjoy the spectacular scenery as you fly, majestically, safely back to earth!

You’ll be in safe hands as the skydive is run by UK Parachuting who have been organising skydives for 25 years and have highly qualified instructors who you will be tandem jumping with.

Raising money for Cransley Hospice Trust helps to support and look after people from North Northamptonshire with life-limiting illnesses at the wonderful in-patient Cransley Hospice unit as well as in patients’ own homes.

Registration is £50 to secure your place, and you can choose from the two options after you have completed the registration process;

  1. Commit to raising £350 for Cransley Hospice, or
  2. Self-fund the skydive and pay your £170 on the day.


Saturday 4th September 2021

Sunday 5th September 2021

If you have any questions please contact or call 01536 452423 and one of the team will be happy to help.

Your thrilling adventure will start at Sibson Airfield just off the A1 near Peterborough.

Last year skydiver Jason took a leap of faith and proposed to his girlfriend Katie and she said YES!


Sibson Airfield, Peterborough