Starting in Newcastle upon Tyne the 13.1 mile route takes runners through the city centre towards the River Tyne where thousands of people will cross over the iconic Tyne Bridge, where if you're lucky, you might get a glimpse of the Red Arrows passing overhead.
We have 20 places available for people to take part in a Skydive for When You Wish Upon a Star on Sunday 1st October 2017.
This is an event being held by the Mayor of North Lincolnshire, Peter Clark, as part of his charity appeal for the Mayoral year.
The Mayor will attend at 12 o'clock to thank all skydivers.
There is a registration fee to pay of £75 per person, this is non refundable and is the skydiver's personal commitment to the jump.
All skydivers are asked to then raise a minimum of £375, out of which your jump fee will be paid. We are unable to register applicants after 24/7/17 and places are subject to availability. A medical form must be successfully completed to take part.
emailing either Gemma or Joanne at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Call - 01472 827100
Every skydiver will receive a When You Wish Upon a Star t-shirt to wear with pride.
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Since the regional base was formed in 1995 by a family of volunteers with a disabled child themselves, the charity’s Wish granting and fundraising scope has grown year-on-year. That growth has been made possible by local people, businesses and organisations who have literally helped us to make thousands of special dreams possible within our community. We constantly fundraise – often against the clock – to make a child’s dream come true while time allows us to.
Each year, we offer many events for people to join in with, and provide event support for those who wish to organise their own or undertake a sponsored personal challenge.
The reality is, ever more children come to our attention who are very deserving and really do need something special to look forward to in their lives whilst undergoing harsh, and often, very painful treatments. With your help we can make that happen, please get in touch with us soon.