Break a World Record and support Scotland’s Animal Welfare Charity

The Scottish SPCA is appealing to brave animal lovers to help smash a world record for the most tandem skydives completed in 24 hours.

World RecordWe have spaces available for the tandem jumps taking place at Errol and Auchterader airfields. Over 350 people will be participating on 17th June 2017 to help charitable causes. Why not add a world record title to your list of achievements this year?

Superintendent Sharon Comrie said, “This is a really incredible opportunity for someone passionate about supporting animals.

“It’s certainly not an experience you’ll forget.

“This is the perfect event for someone who’s been toying with the idea of a skydive as you don’t need any experience and the instructor will be in control for the entire jump. All you’ll have to do is enjoy the experience!

“We rely on public support to continue our work rescuing abused, abandoned and injured animals, so every penny and pound raised in sponsorship really does count.” Gillian Swan, 27, has previously skydived on behalf of the Scottish SPCA. Raising over £1,000 for the charity she said “The Scottish SPCA do amazing work to stop animal cruelty which is still a big problem in Scotland.

“I saw for myself how much they do and how important it is for them to receive donations as they don’t receive any government or lottery funding.

“My rescue dogs Sara and Sasha were adopted as puppies and if it wasn't for the Scottish SPCA who knows what could have happened to them.”

For more information on Scottish SPCA fundraising events please email or call 03000 999 999 (option 4).