- Events calendar
- Running events
- Why run for Mencap?
- Running FAQs
- Running event reports
- Other runs for Mencap
- Register your interest
- Cycling events
- Extreme events
- Why join Mencap's extreme team?
- Other extreme races for Mencap
- Extreme events FAQs
- Extreme event itineraries
- Extreme event reports
- Gobi March 2012
- Marathon des Sables report 2012
- Marathon des Sables report 2011
- Atlantic Coast Challenge 2010
- Gobi March 2010
- Marathon des Sables report 2010
- Jurassic Coast Challenge report 2010
- Atacama Crossing 2010
- Himalayan race report 2009
- Jungle Marathon 2009
- Atlantic Coast Challenge
- North Pole marathon 2009
- Marathon des Sables report 2009
- Challenge events
- Social events
- Organise an event
- Raising sponsorship money
- Fundraising for Mencap
- A message to Mencap's 2014 London Marathon runners
- Dave's first marathon
- Duck and diving for Dodgeball
- Giving back to Mencap
- Gordon's marathon tips
- My biggest running challenge is to support Mencap
- Rocking the decks for Mencap dodgeball
- Running the marathon in tribute to our aunties
- Sara's marathon story
- The Neill family marathon runners
- Women on a mission
Location: Various locations in the UK
Imagine the thrill of standing in the door of a plane flying at 10,000ft, and the excitement and anticipation before you jump while harnessed to a professional freefall parachute instructor. Imagine the feeling of freefalling through the clouds at speeds of around 120mph...
Stop imagining! You could experience this incredible adrenaline rush and raise money for Mencap. All you need to do is register now. There are plenty of airfields accross the UK, so wherever you are you'll be sure to find one near you.
By raising £395 you could jump for free for Mencap. We will give you lots of support both before and after the event, including advice on fundraising activities and different ways you can get sponsorship.
For more information on Skydives contact the Events team on 020 7696 6929 or firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also find out more about tandem skydives on the Skyline website.