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iDrop at the British Airways i360

The British Airways i360 is a 162 metre viewing platform in Brighton. If you’re looking for a truly memorable day, this is the ideal mix of incredible views and thrilling experience.

Trained staff will make sure you have a fantastic experience and are kept safe every step of the way. And if you are courageous enough to go over the edge, don’t forget to open your eyes and look around – the views are out of this world.

To discuss this event with the fundraising team, please email us – [email protected]

Deposit: £95

Sponsorship: No minimum sponsorship, simply raise as much as you can.

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