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Kevin Ogle Sarcoma Cancer Trust

  • Charity Contact


  • Brian Grant

  • briangrant1@sky.com

  • 01273 709514

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  • Jump for Free

    £250
    15,000ft (fl150)

    Minimum Raised £395

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  • Self Funded

    from £149
    7,000ft (fl70)
    15,000ft (fl150)

    +BPA insurance
    currently £16.6

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  • This is an opportunity to complete a solo parachute jump and put yourself in control of the skydive. You will have one day of training for the jump. You will make a solo parachute jump from 3,500 feet on the next jumping day. Your parachute will deploy (open) automatically as soon as you leave the aircraft and you will navigate yourself back to the dropzone for landing.

    Please be aware that there are more restrictions than tandem skydives, for example maximum age 54, height/weight restriction but it is more fun!

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  • Jump for Free

    £179

    Minimum Raised £395

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  • Self Funded

    from £199

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  • BEST PRICE in the UK, never beaten on price with our PRICE GUARANTEE! We'll beat any like for like Tandem Skydive by £10

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Why jump for us?

Please jump for The Kevin Ogle Sarcoma Cancer Trust as we need to spread awareness and raise money for sarcoma patients and their families.

About Us

The Kevin Ogle Sarcoma Cancer Trust was set up in September 2010 after Kevin was diagnosed with Sarcoma Cancer. Kevin was a 35 year old Metropolitan Police Officer who in November 2009 fell awkwardly, whilst on duty, and it was believed he suffered a fractured pelvis. After a protracted period in immense pain, an MRI scan revealed there was a tumor growing on the left Iliac blade of his pelvis.

Kevin started treatment immediately at University College Hospital London but more tests revealed he had a secondary tumor in his lungs. After months of chemotherapy Kevin's doctors told him that the treatment was no longer working to reduce the cancer. Kevin's cancer was now incurable. This charity was originally set up to aid Kevin's recovery but once we knew he would not recover, Kevin said that he wanted to use the charity to help others like him.

The charity is a family run charity and our aim is to offer respite care for sarcoma patients and their families, such as day trips out and weekends away. Kevin himself knew how difficult it was to still enjoy family life whilst receiving such gruelling and tiring treatment.

Unfortunately Kevin passed away on 26th April 2011 after a long and courageous battle. Kevin left behind his new wife and 2 year old daughter but through this charity his legacy will live on by helping others.

Tandem Skydive Events

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