Skydive for Hampshire Live at Home

16 March 2019
Salisbury, UK

Skydive for Hampshire Live at Home

Experience the thrill of jumping and free-falling in a sponsored tandem skydive to help beat loneliness for older people across Hampshire!

Are you an adrenaline junkie or is skydiving on your bucket list?


Release your inner daredevil and join our MHA Hampshire Live at Home skydive team!


You will skydive from 10,000ft resulting in a 30 second ground rushing free fall experience. All tandem skydives include a magical 5 minute parachute ride across the Salisbury Plains where the awesome views include sites of prehistoric interest.


What's included


Find out more about how MHA's Live at Home schemes reduce loneliness and isolation in communities in Hampshire and across the UK



Book your skydive today by visiting the Go Skydive website 




Old Sarum Park,

Old Sarum,



Event Essentials

General Information Date of event: Saturday, March 16, 2019 Contact number: 01962 813592 Course detail:
Skydive from 10,000ft, freefall down to 5,000ft at speeds of up to 120mph!

Your Entry

Registration fee: £50


Minimum sponsorship: £375

Event Registration

To register please visit the Go Skydive website to help our Live at Home schemes tackle loneliness and isolation across Hampshire


For more information about this event please contact Natasha Haji by calling 01962 813592 or email

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

Participants must be aged 16 and over to complete a skydive


Participants aged between 16 - 18 years of age require parental consent to take part. 


Please visit the Go Skydive website to view the full terms and conditions for this event.

how your money helps

By fundraising for Best For Ages, you are helping to connect older people in communities that care. Every penny of your donation will go further to reduce loneliness and isolation across the UK as well as funding award-winning music therapy in our dementia care homes. To learn more about our life-enhancing work, please visit the Your Impact page.



£6 could help us deliver a week's Telebuddies service, providing a regular phone call to check on five isolated older people living alone.


£50 could train a volunteer befriender for an isolated older person.


£180 could fund a Music Therapist for a day, working to reduce anxiety in four 1:1 sessions and one group session.

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