The Big Dive

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Embrace your inner fear and dive from a breath-taking height of 13,000 feet and dive with highly qualified instructors for both brothers and sisters.

Reserve your place now by calling our Donations Hotline on 01159117222 (open 9am-8pm, Mon-Fri) to pay your registration fee of £50 (non-refundable) and fundraise £375 for orphans worldwide.



13 August 2016


Beccles Airfield, Suffolk, NR34 7XD


Beccles Airfield, also known as Beccles Airport or Beccles Aerodrome, is located in Ellough, southeast of Beccles in the English county of Suffolk. Built during the Second World War, it has operated as a heliport servicing the North Sea oil and gas industry and currently operates as a base for private flights, flight training and parachuting.

The military developed parachuting technology as a way to save air crews from emergencies aboard balloons and aircraft in flight, and later as a way of delivering soldiers to the battlefield. Early competitions date back to the 1930s, and it became an international sport in 1952

Children of Sub-Saharan Africa

Education is a key that unlocks countless opportunities. It is a way out of poverty, a driving force for social change and an important aspect of personal development and welfare. This is why it is at the heart of the work we do.

Funds raised will go towards needy orphans and impoverished children in Sub-Saharan Africa. This ranges from modest classrooms serving isolated communities that would otherwise not have access to schooling, to campuses serving large groups of poor and disadvantaged children.

As well as establishing our own schools, we run a varied range of educational programmes in a number of different areas. This gives those who may have missed out on educational opportunities or those who have specific educational needs, the support they require to progress in life.

Whether it be supporting specialised learning for deaf children in Somalia or creating the future Hafiz-ul Qur'an in Sudan. Our work in education is all about providing opportunities that empower people to build a better future for themselves.

Q. How much do I need to raise?

A. All participants are required to raise a minimum of £375 per person.
As well as to pay £50 registration fee to reserve your place.

Q. How do I pay the registration fee?

A. Reserve your place now by calling our Donations Hotline on 01159117222 (open 9am-8pm, Mon-Fri) to pay your registration fee of £50 (non-refundable).

Q. Who can take part?

A. All ages from 16 and above are welcome, however, restrictions do apply such as anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult, as well as, all participants must be 15 stones or below in weight.
In addition, all participants must complete a BPA medical form – printed, stamped and signed by your doctor.
As well as a completed Parachuting Student Declaration form - printed and signed.

Please find the BPA medical form and Parachuting Student Declaration form attached in the ‘Downloads’ section below. The form is to be handed in on the event day itself.

Q. Will I need any training prior to the event?

A. All training will be provided by a team of qualified instructors on the day along with an in-depth safety briefing.

Q. What do I need to bring with me?

A. Your completed BPA medical form and completed Parachuting Student Declaration form (without these your entry will be refused).

Furthermore, a bottle of water is recommended. Extra snacks to last throughout the day.
On completion we will provide cold wraps. It is also advisable to bring your mobile phone fully charged in case we need to contact you.

Q. What do I need to wear?

A. Comfortable loose clothing is recommended for skydiving with suitable footwear such as trainers.

Please note:
Slip on shoes or shoes with high heals must not be worn. Jeans are also not recommended.



If you have any questions or would like further information please contact us.

We will aim to reply within 2 working days, but it can take a little longer during busy times.

Muslim Hands UK

Established in 1993, Muslim Hands is an aid agency and NGO helping those affected by poverty, conflict and natural disaster in over 20 countries worldwide.