Adrenaline events

Ever fancied throwing yourself out of a plane all in the aid of charity?

Sometimes running 10K or cycling 100 miles is just not enough. Why not take part in a once in a lifetime activity like doing a solo parachute jump at 12,000 feet and raise funds for EDS UK.

Please browse our selection of events and do not hesitate to contact fundraiser@ehlers-danlos.org should you have any queries.

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Tandem skydive

Take on an exhilarating tandem skydive and make memories to last a lifetime! As you arrive in the sky at an altitude of 10,000ft, it is time to take your tandem skydive. Feel the rush as you fall at 125mph; before releasing your parachute to enjoy the view as you float to the ground. If […]


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