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Calling all Adrenaline Junkies!

Take on the Tyne Zipline and soar through the air, taking in some of Newcastle's iconic landscape!

The Sunshine Zipline will be a unique and unforgettable experience and an amazing opportunity to step outside your comfort zone as you glide past the Tyne and take in breath-taking views of our incredible city.

All ages welcome

Wheelchair users welcome

Overcome the challenge alone, bring your friends, work colleagues or do it as a family!

For safety purposes, participants must weigh between 6 - 15 stone

Friday 25th August 2023
10am - 11am

Registration Fee: £35
Fundraising Target: £50

Siobhan Sargeant

Sunshine Zipline Lead

Please see booking instructions below.

We're thrilled to be working with Jelly Legs - here's what Director, James Johnson says:

"I'm so happy to be working with The Sunshine Fund, a trusted charity that I know, to be leading on their summer event!

It makes sense too, as the Tyne Bridge is where the charity began, and it's a great way of doing something fun and exhilarating as they come up to their 95th birthday!

We're so pleased to be facilitating this event for The Sunshine Fund as it's one of the longest standing charities in the North East who share Jelly Legs' ethos of providing accessible events for all - we really hope lots of families get involved!"

Booking Information

To book your place, please contact Siobhan.

You will need to pay your £35 booking fee directly to the charity, once we've received payment we will provide you with a unique code.

You will then need to book your place through Jelly Legs using your code to confirm that you have paid.

All that's left to do then is get sponsored! We ask participants to fundraise a minimum of £50 each so we can continue providing life-changing equipment to local disabled children.

Going back to where we began...

The Sunshine Fund originated almost 100 years ago following a visit from King George V when he attended the official opening of the Tyne Bridge in October 1928.

He donated £15 to facilitate a visit to the seaside to help disadvantaged children living in the North East.

As our region is still one of the most deprived areas in the UK, we strive to continue our work in supporting local children living with disabilities, additional needs and terminal illness by funding life-changing equipment that is not available through government funding or the NHS.

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