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Wing Walk for Overcoming MS

We are excited to present an incredible opportunity for you to embark on the adventure of wing walking!

The details

Prepare to soar through the skies and encounter a sensation unlike any other as your pilot manoeuvres through a sequence of ascents, turns, and descents, promising a once-in-a-lifetime experience. 

We have partnered with Life Changing Challenges, who offer Wing Walks across four locations in the UK:

  • Cirencester, Gloucestershire 
  • Headcorn, Kent 
  • Compton Abbas, Wiltshire 
  • Wickenby, Lincolnshire 

Event Date:
Dates available between March and October.

Registration fee:
£50 per person with a pledge to raise a minimum sponsorship of up to £1,000 dependent on location

How to register

To register your place, click on your chosen location below:

How we support you

  • You will receive full support from a member of our fundraising team 
  • An Overcoming MS t-shirt for you to wear during your flight 
  • Fundraising pack full of hints and tips to reach your goal 
  • Full training and safety briefing at your chosen destination upon arrival 
  • Friends and family will be able to join you on the day 

Want to find out more?  Call our fundraising team on 01844 318 778 or email [email protected]

Participant guidelines

  • Minimum age: 18 
  • Maximum height: 6ft 2in 
  • Maximum weight: 14 Stones 
  • Maximum waist measurement (including clothing): 40 inches (102cm) 
  • Participants must be able to climb unassisted to the top of the aircraft 
  • Participants must meet all health requirements 

Spectators are welcome. Please mention when making your booking if you intend to have more than 10 spectators. 

The experience content, equipment used and restrictions may vary according to location.

Participants must be capable of climbing onto the wing of the plane unassisted to undertake the challenge. This is a strict requirement for safety reasons, particularly regarding the ability to evacuate the plane in case of an emergency.