Take a 160-foot bungee jump for Terrence Higgins Trust!
Feel all the thrills but none of the spills of freefalling down to the ground before your trusty safety cord pulls you back up towards the sky with a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
And it won't just be the speedily approaching ground you see while you jump – you'll also be able to see London's majestic skyline, as this drop happens at the O2.
How to register
We have two sets of dates available for this UK Bungee Jump event:
- Saturday 28/Sunday 29 April 2018
- Saturday 26/Sunday 27 May 2018
To register your interest, just fill in the form at the bottom of the page and we'll do the rest.
Need to know
- We buy spaces in this event when someone is interested, so get in touch early so we can reserve your spot with our partner company.
- You should arrive about 30 minutes prior to your jump time and allow 2 to 3 hours for your jump. This is to allow for any delays that may occur on the day.
- Dress in comfortable, casual clothes. Skirts are not recommended. Also please refrain from wearing boots or anything that may interfere with ankle harnesses, otherwise they will have to be removed prior to jumping. Trainers and securely fastened shoes are fine.
- You are welcome to bring spectators free of charge to watch you jump.
- Your experience may be affected by extreme weather conditions – mainly high winds and thunderstorms.
- Minimum age 14 (under 16s require parent or guardian permission and signature).
- Maximum age 49 with no doctor's certificate. No maximum age with a doctor's certificate.
- Maximum weight 18 stone 9 lb (118kg).
- Waist harnesses fit waist sizes of 15.7in to 49.2in (40cm to 125cm).
- Unsuitable for pregnant women and people in poor health.
- If you have any medical conditions you should seek medical advice before jumping.
- You cannot wear glasses or hard contact lenses.
- People under the influence of alcohol will not be permitted to jump.
- You will not be permitted to jump should you have any of the following conditions: high blood pressure, heart problems, dizziness, epilepsy, neurological conditions, asthma.
- Participants cannot jump if they have any damage to neck, spine, legs or eyes.
How we'll support you
To help you make the most of your challenge, we’ll provide the following:
- a fundraising pack full of information to kickstart your fundraising
- an exclusive Terrence Higgins Trust T-shirt
- regular news by email, to see how it’s going and keep you informed
- lots of advice and encouragement about training and fundraising.