Skydive for Bowel Research UK

Attached to your instructor, you will jump from around 13,000 feet and freefall at about 120 mph. Descending to 5,000 feet in around 40 seconds, your instructor will then open the parachute and fly you safely back to earth! During the six minutes or so under the parachute, you will enjoy breath-taking views of the local area and beyond.

We guarantee that your tandem skydive will be one of the greatest experiences of your life.

Sign up and start fundraising today!

To book via Skyline, please visit their website to choose your location and pricing options.

To skydive in Beccles, Suffolk, please visit the UK Parachuting website

To skydive in Peterborough, please visit the UK Parachuting website

Please note, through UK Parachuting, the fundraising target is £315 and to secure your place, a £50 deposit is required upon registration.

Bungee jump for Bowel Research UK

A charity bungee jump is the ultimate experience for thrill seekers! Taking place across the UK all year round, you’ll be jumping from 160ft to raise vital funds for life-changing research into bowel cancer and bowel disease.

Book your jump here and get ready for the experience of a lifetime!

Wing Walk for Bowel Research UK

Experience the thrill of a wing-walk! You’ll take to the skies on the upper wing of a vintage biplane to thrill your family and friends with a series of low dives and tight turns at speeds of up to 130mph, all safely under the control of an experienced aerobatic pilot.

Book your wing walk here and prepare yourself for an adrenaline fuelled experience like no other!



If you have any questions about any of these challenges,  please email fundraising@bowelresearchuk.org

Once you have signed up for your adrenaline challenge, kick start your fundraising by setting up a page on Just Giving by clicking the link below.


Why challenge yourself for Bowel Research UK?

With your support, we can:

  • Work towards a future free from bowel cancer
  • Improve the quality of life for those affected by Crohns disease, colitis, IBS and other life-altering bowel conditions
  • Get vital health messages out there and trample on taboos
Our amazing fundraiser, Tracy, completed her skydive in May 2019.