WINNER ANNOUNCED: Win A Thrilling Island Tandem Skydive
Huge congratulations to our winner, Zoe Corbin!
Calling all thrill seekers! To coincide with the release of Top Gun: Maverick, we're offering you the chance to take to the skies with a full tandem skydive...
Courtesy of Skydive Isle Of Wight, Experience skydiving at its best over one of the UK's most beautiful Islands. Skydive Isle Of Wight is a fully accredited British skydiving tandem skydive centre with highly trained instructors and a view you won't forget.
With the return of Tom Cruise as test pilot Maverick at the end of May, we thought you'd like to embrace your full-on thrill seeking side and have a go at this incredible, adrenaline-fuelled experience!
To be in with a chance to win, just enter our random draw! We'll then choose a winner and post them right here:
The competition closes on Sunday June 5 - best of luck!
Please note the following terms and conditions:
The winner can choose to jump on one of three dates, 14, 15 or 16 June 2022. Anyone the age of 16 years and over can jump, subject to self declaration of being physically fit after reading the Medical forms from British Skydiving. All info is on the website here.
Know a friend who would want to take part? Invite them to join here!
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