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Scotland skydive April 2018 - Stirling parachute centre

Event Overview

Do something amazing and jump to raise funds for your local Cats Protection branch or centre. Combine the most exciting and exhilarating moment of your life with raising funds to help cats. You can do a tandem skydive or brand new challenge – a solo static line jump (Saturdays only).

As you exit the aircraft you will experience speeds of 120mph as the adrenaline rushes over you for up to a full minute, freefalling up to two miles! Then as the canopy opens you can take in the spectacular views.

Registration fee – £50

Minimum sponsorship pledge – £460

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.


Pre-jump I have never been so frightened in my life, but as soon as we left the plane all the terror evaporated and I can honestly say that it was one of the best experiences I have ever had. The instructors were brilliant: confidence-inspiring, calm, professional (I was worried about being strapped to a complete stranger, but it was really not embarrassing at all) and very funny. I would urge anyone who isn’t sure about trying a tandem jump to give it a go. The fact that you will be raising money for Cats Protection and having a once in a lifetime experience make it a ‘double whammy’ in terms of being worthwhile. Go for it!

Lona Johnson, Regional Development Manager

I was terrified and needed to get it over with or I may not have done it as I'm scared of heights. But it was the best thing I have ever done. It was such an adrenaline rush. Most amazing views and I would highly recommend it to anyone. Once I was down I wanted to do it all over again. And the instructors were fabulous. Do it. Do it. You won't regret it.

Liz Robinson, volunteer for Deeside Cats Protection