IPF Skydive 17 April 2021
Take on this once in a lifetime experience at 10am on Saturday 17 April 2021.
We have teamed up with Skydive Buzz to deliver our first ever IPF Skydiving event, taking place at Dunkeswell Airfield in Devon.
Has a skydive always been on your bucket list? Then why not take up the challenge of a life time and join team #RugbySkydivers and support the rugby family.
Everyone who joins our team receives amazing support from the moment they sign up including:
How to book your skydive
To apply for for a place and jump 15,000 ft for the IPF please complete the form below. Please ensure you select the 'jump for free scheme' box when booking your place.
Fundraising Pledge: £345
Everyone who jumps must take out the compulsory British Skydiving third party insurance at a cost of £18.74. This is NOT included in the cost of the jump.
If anyone would like to take out additional personal insurance, this can be purchased through Sky Cover at a cost of £25 per day.
The upper weight limit for a jump is 15 stone (95 kilos), however Skydive Buzz can take individuals up to 18 stone but this will cost the individual an extra £20 per stone.
For individuals who are in a robust physical health with no physical impairment will need to complete a self-declaration on form 115A.
Individuals with a physical impairment, asthma or any other health conditions must get a certificate from the GP. Medical declaration will need completing on form 115B.
After GP sign off all clients will need to complete a detailed individual assessment with the chief instructor Jason to discuss physical condition and movement.
There are very specific weather conditions needed for individuals with a physical impairment to jump. If the weather prevents jumping on the chosen date then the jump will be rescheduled.
Jump for free scheme
We operate a jump for free scheme where you commit to raising £395, of which £50 is a non-refundable deposit to book your jump. The IPF will pay the balance of £229 for you to jump and the remaining money will be donated to the IPF.