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Cornwall skydive April 2018 - Perranporth, nr Newquay

Event Overview

Do something amazing and jump to raise funds for your local Cats Protection branch or centre. Cornish Parachute Club is the only skydive centre in the UK to boast the beach as a drop zone! Situated on the cliffs at Perranporth, Cornish Parachute Club is a family run skydive centre with fully qualified instructors with over 22,000 jumps combined.

Climb to 10,000 feet, taking in breath taking views of the Cornish coast line before hurtling towards the Atlantic at 120 mph! Experience the ultimate adrenaline rush over the best views in the UK.

Registration fee – £50

Minimum sponsorship pledge – £350

Set up your fundraising page here

We understand the commitment, courage and thought that goes into participating in a challenge event on behalf of Cats Protection and promise we will do our very best to give you all the help and support you need to have a successful challenge and raise much-needed funds to help us care for cats and kittens. You are able to nominate a local branch or centre to receive your hard raised sponsorship.


After Jump

I have now completed my parachute jump for Cats Protection. I love, love, loved it soooo much and would do it again in a heartbeat.

Before Jump

I always look for opportunities to challenge myself but had never really done anything big, until now. I hate heights.....like I really, really hate heights; but I saw this on the Cats Protection website and thought what a great opportunity and a chance to do something I've always wanted to do; something that would challenge me, scare me and invigorate me.

Sam and I adopted Buster just a few weeks ago and Cats Protection was awesome throughout the whole adoption process. They do such an amazing job and we hope that the funds we raise will help their adoption centre in Truro to continue its amazing work with all the stray, abandoned and ill cats that come in through their doors.

The more we can raise the better.

Without Cats Protection we wouldn't have Buster. He was a stray that was found and handed in, he was in a bad way when he arrived. He was found to have FIV and had infections in his eyes and ears. Cats Protection cared for him and gave him the medical attention he needed to get him back on track. We now have this wonderfully loving home boy......all thanks to Cats Protection.


Kelvin in aid of Cornwall Adoption Centre.