ARE you brave enough to complete a skydive for charity?

Homeless charity Alabaré is inviting 80 courageous individuals to join them in a remarkable day of remembrance and fundraising to honour the 80th anniversary of the D-Day landings.

Scheduled for Saturday, June 1, Alabaré will host a thrilling tandem skydiving event at Old Sarum Airfield in Salisbury.

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Funds raised from this event will contribute towards Alabaré's Homes for Veterans service, which supports veterans who have encountered challenges in civilian life and faced homelessness.

The historic significance of the Old Sarum Airfield, which played a pivotal role in the organisation of the D-Day landing, adds a profound layer of meaning to this event.

During the preparation period, thousands of ground personnel and RAF motor transport vehicles destined for Normandy passed through its gates.

Rebecca Mullen, Alabaré fundraising events manager, expressed the importance of such events.

She said: "Events such as this are vital in helping us raise funds to provide care for ex-servicemen and women needing our help.

"By taking part, participants will experience the thrilling rush of a tandem skydive, all knowing they are doing so for a worthwhile cause.

"It is a memorable way to mark 80 years since D-Day, honouring the sacrifices and achievements made."

Alabaré Homes for Veterans delivers dedicated support to veterans across southern England and Wales, particularly in Wiltshire, Hampshire, Gloucestershire, Devon, and Wales.

In collaboration with the charity's partnerships in Wales, the team will also host a simultaneous skydiving event at the GoSkydive base in Swansea.

To register and take part in this remarkable commemoration, visit