Be part of a World Record attempt.
Are you looking for an adrenalin rush this summer?
To mark its 20th anniversary year, Bristol-based charity Brandon Trust is part of a world record skydive attempt and they are looking for more thrill seekers to take part.
The event on Saturday June 14th aims to raise funds to support people with learning disabilities.
The charity already has 10 brave people signed up to jump for Brandon Trust from 10,000 feet and still have space for more would-be skydivers to help try and break the record for the most charity tandem skydives in one day.
Brandon Trust's Emma Lester said: "No previous experience is required as you'll be attached to an instructor who is in complete control of your jump throughout so all you'll need to do is kickback and enjoy the ride.
"The jump will be officially adjudicated too, so you'll be able to tell everyone you know you are a certified world record breaker. This world record attempt will take place in Swindon, but you can take part in a skydive at any time of the year for Brandon Trust, at various airfields."