What is the minimum age?
Participants must be at least 14 years old on the day of the event.
Participants between 14 and 16 must have a parent or guardian's permission.
Participants over 50 will need a note from their GP to confirm there are no medical reasons to prevent you from taking part.
What is the maximum weight limit?
Maximum weight limit for a solo jumper is 120kg (18.9 stone).
What size are the wait harnesses?
Waist harnesses fit waist size of 40cm (15.7 inches) to 125cm (49.2 inches).
Is there anything that could prevent me from taking part?
You cannot take part if you are pregnant.
If you have a disability or a health issue which could affect you from taking part please contact the charity team and we will be happy to discuss your requirements with the event organisers.
Can I choose what time I take part?
You'll be allocated a time slot; jumps will take place on a rolling schedule therefore we won't be able to guarantee your start time.
Can I wear glasses or contact lenses?
Unfortunately glasses and hard contact lenses cannot be worn, however soft contact lenses are allowed.
Who will be training me and supervising my bungee jump?
The event is being run by professional bungee experts UK Bungee. Their fully trained technicians will supervise all elements of the day to ensure your jump is safe and enjoyable.
Can I bring spectators?
Yes, you're welcome to bring as many spectators as you like.