Skydive at Langar Airfield

Nichola Allen skydive

Skydive at Langar Airfield 2022

When 8th October 2022

Where Langar Airfield British Parachute Schools, Langar, Nottingham, NG13 9HY

Registration fee £70
Minimum Fundraising Amount £395
Register now


Bored of bake sales? Tired of training for a 10k? Experience the thrill of a lifetime and take on our Charity Skydive.

We've got two exciting events taking place in 2022. Entries for the Spring event closed on the 4th of March but we still have a few places available for our jump in October. 

Four nurses stand by blue and pink wings whilst wearing Nottingham Hospitals Charity t-shirts

Fly through the air at 120mph

You'll be joining other fundraisers for an introduction tandem briefing and then you'll be heading up to the sky before taking the leap at 13,500 feet. You'll then experience the thrill of flying through the air at 120mph. 

This is truly your chance to do something incredible for Nottingham Hospitals and experience a once in a lifetime event. 

Register today to receive your Skydive information pack and booking links. Remember all you have to do is pay your £70 registration fee. If you raise £395 for our charity we'll cover the cost of the skydive.
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Can't make it?

Not able to make the dates? Don’t worry, you can skydive at any other time of the year! We can help you arrange this – just contact Charity at or call us at 0115 962 7905.

How your input helps?

You can choose whether you want your fundraising efforts to go towards a particular Appeal, or wherever your money is needed the most within Nottingham hospitals. 

Just let us know when you sign up and we can make sure your donation goes to the right place.

Baby Nova is surrounded by blankets and has wires connected to her body. She has her arms up in the air

Find out why mum-of-eight Nichola Allen is taking the leap, in support of the Neonatal Unit in the Nottingham Children’s Hospital.

Maisie Beers Profile

Maisie Beers took on the skydive for a very important reason. She wanted to honour her twin sister who was sadly born stillborn.

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