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Harry Cunningham Trust

  • Charity Contact


  • Fundraising Team

  • fundraising@harrycunninghamtrust.co.uk

  • 01395741935

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  • Jump for Free

    £250
    15,000ft (fl150)

    Minimum Raised £395

    How it works
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  • Self Funded

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

    +BPA insurance
    currently £16.6

    Payment Guidelines

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

  • 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!

    To read more about static line please see here.

  • Jump for Free

    £179

    Minimum Raised £395

    How it works
    Payment Guidelines

  • Self Funded

    from £199

    Payment Guidelines

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

    Call our office to book!

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Why jump for us?

Please jump for The Harry Cunningham Trust because we are raising money for charities helping bereaved families, sick babies and raising awareness of life threatening condition Vasa Previa.

About Us

The Harry Cunningham Trust has been set up by Niki and Jamie Cunningham on behalf of their son, Harry, who died aged 26 hours on 10th June 2012. He was born by emergency caesarean section after suffering from a a ruptured vessel in his umbilical cord during in labour, meaning he was without oxygen for half an hour, causing considerable brain damage and organ failure. The team at the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital worked tirelessly to resuscitate Harry, and he was immediately taken to their neonatal facility. Harry received hours and hours of intensive care and treatment, with the Doctors and nurses working so hard around the clock, using ground breaking treatment and trying all the could to prolong Harry's life. Harry managed to meet his entire family in his day at the neonatal ward, and the staff made the whole family all feel welcome and at ease whilst meeting and spending time with Harry, creating precious and everlasting memories. Had it not have been for the staff at the neonatal ward, not only may the family not have been able to meet Harry but they would not have had that incredibly special 26 hours with their beautiful boy.

Tandem Skydive Events

There are currently no events scheduled for this charity.