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Sky Dive for Age UK Exeter

Published on 23 April 2019 09:25 AM

Calling all thrill-seekers - if you've ever wanted to go sky diving, here's your chance! Age UK Exeter has teamed up with Skydive Buzz to offer you the perfect opportunity to try this exhilarating sport for FREE!

By raising sponsorship for us you will be helping to support our vital, life-changing services for older people across Exeter. 

If you have any questions just contact 

How it works

To take part in the 'Jump for Free' Scheme you will need to fundraise a minimum of £395 which is split as follows:

  • £50 non-refundable deposit to reserve your jump (we can offer you a no deposit scheme if needed),
  • £200 balance to Skydive Buzz on the day of jump,
  • £145+ minimum sponsorship for Age UK Exeter. 

We find most people raise this easily and many raise well over £500. You will be surprised how many people will sponsor you for taking on this epic challenge. Were here to help with fundraising advice too!

Sign up HERE to reserve your place!

Recent Skydive Stories 

Kelsey Money and Sarah Miller jumped into the beautiful, clear skies on Saturday 14th September 2019, raising over £1000 for Age UK Exeter. Pop over to the news story here to see some of their pictures and find out how they got on. Kelsey is already planning her next jump. Has she inspired you to give it a go too?

Paul Newberry jumped Wednesday 28th September 2017

Paul Newberry skydive plane

This is what Paul posted on Social media afterwards... 

Paul Newberry skydive

"OMG! OMG! OMG! I have just left a plane, a perfectly good plane. I am doing a forward somersault followed by a right shoulder roll and then miraculously we straighten out…….I opened my eyes. 

Paul Newberry skydive

"The ground is 3 miles below me and the view is spectacular. This is no rollercoaster rush, no leaving the stomach behind, just lying flat with a 120 m.p.h. wind blowing past. 

Paul Newberry skydive

One minute later, 60 long, very long, seconds and 2 miles of freefall, looking around, rotating to see different views and then the parachute opens. 

"All is suddenly and completely silent as we float gently down. We are still a mile up, so lots of time to look around. And it is so very, very, peaceful. I saw a rainbow from above, circular and with our shadow on it, rare apparently but wow!

Paul Newberry skydive

"Totally amazing! Would I do it again, oh yes!"

Paul Newberry skydive

Well done Paul!!

Christian Murray was keen to jump as soon as possible and made his 15,000 plunge on Sunday 18th July 2016. You can see his video here: