DO you fancy jumping 13,000 feet out of a plane to raise money for charity?

The Red Devils are holding a skydive to raise money to support veterans and Armed Forces personnel, and readers are invited to sign up.

SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, has said it is "delighted" that The Red Devils will be holding a skydive to raise funds and awareness for the vital work it carries out to support veterans and Armed Forces personnel.

The jump, which will take place on Friday, May, 3 in Wiltshire, is set to raise more than £15,000 and give participants the thrill of a lifetime.

Those who register will receive the following:

  • A call with everything you need to know about the skydive from one of the Red Devils Paratroopers
  • Go Pro video footage of your skydive.
  • Extensive support from the SSAFA events team to help you reach your fundraising target
  • Free fundraising materials
  • A SSAFA T-shirt and medal
  • A very loud cheer squad on the day to support you as you jump

The Red Devils are the British Army parachute display team, and all tandem instructors have military-grade training, with thousands of jumps worth of experience.

Red Devil, Corporal Henry Mole, has completed more than 2,000 jumps.

He said: "We are looking forward to helping SSAFA supporters make a big tick on their bucket list and raise money for SSAFA at the same time.

"We are a military organisation too, so it’s a perfect fit for our team."

The tandem dive will take place on Salisbury Plain, offering amazing views of the surrounding area.

On a clear day you can easily see Stonehenge and get a genuine birds-eye-view of miles of the most scenic countryside Britain has to offer.

The Red Devils’ motto is “Ready For Anything”.

If you are ready to tick a skydive off your bucket list visit