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8th September 2024


Army Parachute Association
Airfield Camp, Netheravon, SP4 9SF

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September 8


08:00 am - 02:00 pm

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Turning Tides


Army Parachute Association

Airfield Camp, Netheravon, SP4 9SF

Netheravon, England, GB, SP4 9SF

Join Team Turning Tides on 8th September and skydive to raise vital funds for local people experiencing homelessness.

Ready to take the leap of a lifetime?

Experience the ultimate adrenaline rush September 2024! Skydive with Team Turning Tides and fundraise to change the lives of local people experiencing homelessness in your community.

Register now and start fundraising today!

We will contact you with everything you need to get started and be on hand every step of the way to help you with your fundraising. To secure your place in the skies, please choose from one of the following fundraising options.

  • OPTION 1 FULL FUNDRAISING: registration fee-£50, minimum sponsorship-£425
  • OPTION 2 MIXED FUNDRAISING: registration fee-£175, minimum sponsorship-£300
  • O PTION 3 SELF FUNDED: registration fee-£475, minimum sponsorship-£0

The military grade tandem skydive takes place at the Netheravon Airfields in Salisbury – the perfect location to take in stunning views as you jump from 13,000ft. If you don’t drive or might otherwise find it difficult to get to the location, the team will be happy to assist you.

P lease ensure you have read and agreed to our terms and conditions before booking your place.

For further information please contact Sophie Moore, Fundraising Officer, at or call 01903 680740

“We have skydived many times before, but this time was absolutely wonderful with the fantastic Turning Tides team! The jump itself was exhilarating and gratifying, we would highly recommend to anyone considering it. A totally incomparable adrenaline rush, utter joy!”

Jo, Laura and Sarah, Turning Tides Skydivers 2022

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Other ways to get help

​If you, or someone you know, is at risk of or has become homeless, please visit our help section to find out other local sources of advice and support.

You can find lots of useful local services who can provide practical information and advice on a range of matters such as housing, benefits, money management, mental wellbeing and much more.

You can find the contact details of your local council and the Frequently Asked Questions will signpost you to other sources of support