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LOVE ISLAND star, Eyal Booker, joins forces with children’s charity, Rays of Sunshine, and face and body art specialists, Go Get Glitter to launch the UK’s most sparkly skydive, the #GlitterDive, to raise funds to brighten the lives of seriously ill children and teenagers across the UK.

On Sunday 16th September, Eyal will be taking the plunge and jumping out of a plane from 12,000ft, all to raise money for Rays of Sunshine, and is encouraging others to join him on the day. In partnership with Go Get Glitter, jumpers will get a glittery makeover, before joining the Love Island star in the air to take part in a tandem skydive.

  • When: Sunday 16th September 2018 @ 12pm – 5pm
  • Where: Headcorn Aerodrome, Shenley Farm Cottages, Headcom, Ashford, TN27 9HX
  • Minimum fundraising target: £400
  • Registration fee: £30

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Commenting at the launch, Eyal said:

“The work Rays of Sunshine Children’s Charity does to help bring smiles to seriously ill children is incredible and it’s great to be a part of something so positive. I had so much fun launching the #GlitterDive and I can’t wait to take to the sky later this year! Come join me and take on the UK’s most sparkly sky dive all to raise money to grant magical wishes.”


Jane Sharpe, CEO of Rays of Sunshine, added:

“We can’t be more thankful to Eyal and Go Get Glitter for launching such a fantastic challenge event in aid of Rays of Sunshine. All of the money raised at the #GlitterDive will help us to continue to brighten the lives of seriously ill children and teens across the UK, for which we can’t be more grateful.”


Holly Pollack, co-founder of Go Get Glitter, commented:

Rays of Sunshine is a charity that we are very close to and have been supporting for many years. We always believe in adding a little glitter so we couldn’t think of a better way to encourage people to take part in a fun event and raise money for the charity at the same time! A big thanks to Eyal for getting involved and helping make this event sparkle.”


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