Whether you’re living with a life-limiting illness, caring for someone who is, or grieving the death of a loved one, we’re here to help.To reach our main reception at the hospice, please call 01246 568801
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Age, height, and weight restrictions apply to take part in a tandem skydive. To take part, you must weigh a minimum of 44kg (approx. 7 Stone) and a maximum of 100kg (approx. 16 stone) stone when wearing your own clothes. There is a £15 surcharge for those who weigh between 15 and 16 stone on the day of the jump.
You will also have to complete a medical information and declaration form, submitted in person on the day of the jump. A full list of restrictions, and a copy of the form are listed below. Please read the information carefully before signing up, as we will not be able to make any refunds if you are not able to jump on the day due to medical or weight restrictions listed below.
If you have a medical condition listed on the form above, you may still be able to Skydive, with signed permission from a doctor using a separate medical form. If you are not sure whether you meet the criteria to participate, we recommend contacting Skydive Hibaldstow for advice before signing up. You can find their contact details here. Alternatively, you can contact our events team on firstname.lastname@example.org who will be able to help.
Sign up with us and commit to raising £550 or more for the hospice! You will receive an Ashgate Hospice T-Shirt and have support from one of our fundraisers, who will also meet you there on the day. If you think you can raise this amount, sign up now!
Santa Fun Run for Ashgate Hospice this December at Queen's Park in Chesterfield. Jingle all the way to the finish line!Find out more
Run for #TeamAshgate and help us to be there for families across North Derbyshire who are living with a life-limiting illness.Find out more