Sky Diving

The S4B Bucket List Challenge

At S4B we like to do things differently. We love finding ways to drive people and businesses to achieve their full potential, which is why we created the ‘S4B Bucket List Challenge’. The S4B Bucket List Challenge is a series of events, trips and experiences which create the opportunity for people to challenge themselves to accomplish things outside their comfort zone. Find out more. 


 

Freefall at 125mph with Sky Diving    

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Sky Diving offers the experience of a lifetime; jumping out a plane, freefalling and reaching a speed of 120mph.

We will be taking part in an exciting sky dive and are inviting you to join us.

The dive involves a  ‘learn to skydive’ training course which involves a full day of training before you jump. After the training you will be harnessed to a qualified parachuting instructor, taken to 15,000ft and you will the take part in an exhilarating jump out of the aircraft.

We will meet at S4B offices in Maidenhead and transport will be arranged to the start of the challenge.  The total cost is approximately £250 and will include transport to the event and the Sky Dive itself. The event will last a whole day and we will be returning back to S4B offices at the end of the trip.

Achieve something different.   Contact us for further details on 01628 623444 or email us at johnom@s4b.uk.com.


 

Event Details

Date: TBC
Location: TBC
Duration: Full day
Meet at: S4B Offices
Price: Approximately £250
Includes: Transport and the Sky Dive

 

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Social Responsibility  

We’re committed to Corporate Social Responsibility and through The S4B Bucket List Challenge we will be raising money to donate to charity. You do not have to commit to raising funds but if you do then you can either choose your own charity to donate the money to or you can support our sponsored charity, Alzheimer’s Society. The Alzheimer’s Society is a care and research charity which S4B supports for people with dementia and their carers.