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R Charity Skydive

Thinking about taking part in an exhilarating skydive? Take the leap for your Liverpool University Hospitals.

You’ll be flown up to the dizzying heights of 10,000 feet before diving down through the air free-falling at over 120mph - an adrenaline rush that will leave you walking on cloud nine.

You'll be in the trusted hands of a British Parachute Association (BPA) qualified instructor so there really is no better way to take on a skydiving challenge.

You'll receive a certificate from our partners Black Knight Parachute Centre and most importantly you will get a keep sake medal from R Charity to prove you are a hospital hero!

So what are you waiting for? …sign up today

Liverpool University Hospitals exclusive Skydive takes place on Saturday 5th June 2021. Alternatively you can select a date that suits you and we can get you booked in for an individual challenge.


On the big day…

  • You'll receive training before taking to the skies for your tandem skydive
  • You'll be harnessed to an experienced parachute instructor at all times
  • You'll jump from at least 10,000 feet - just like the professionals
  • You'll free-fall at up to 120mph down to 5,000 feet, before the parachute is opened up and you soar through the sky
  • You may get to learn how to steer the parachute
  • The instructor will control your landing as you arrive safely back on the ground

You will also receive a R Charity T-shirt, fundraising pack, including a sponsorship from & information to set up a JustGiving fundraising page.

This really is a challenge of a lifetime, and an experience you’ll never forget.


How do I secure my place:

A non-refundable deposit of £50 is required at the time of booking. 

You can then fundraise to cover the additional cost of your skydive by raising a minimum of £400.


You can self-fund the cost of your skydive by paying an additional £200 and then raise what you can for R Charity.

Either way we are on hand to help you every step of the way!

For more information please call Loren on 0151 706 3150 or email


To download the R Charity skydive information pack, click here.

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