We have finally organised the PCUK sponsored bungee jump for the 5th October 2008. Should anyone wish to join us, you are more than welcome to come along. We appreciate the support many of you have given PCUK which has enabled us to grow from strength to strength. We have our fingers crossed that this event will bring enough sponsorship in to keep us going for yet another year. If anyone wishes to sponsor us, we have an online sponsorship form here . Please note that no money is to be paid up front, it is just for us to keep as a record of who has sponsored us.

Located in Datchet close to Windsor Castle with a five minute drive from Junction 5 off the M4 motorway. The bungee jump site is set in a fantastic location, it is the most visited site in the UK for bungee jumpers. As the main London bungee jumping venue, it is the closest site to central London, with South Western trains operating a service from London’s Waterloo Station. A park land setting, it has great views across to Windsor Castle and the surrounding countryside. On a clear day central London is visible with landmarks such as Canary Wharf and the Wembley Stadium Arch. Located at the Liquid Leisure Water-ski and Wakeboard Park it has great facilities with a lakeside cafe serving tea, coffee and hot snacks, there is also as a bar located in the club house for those wanting to unwind after their jump.

Liquid Leisure Water-ski and Wakeboard Lake
Horton Road

It is easy and safe to sponsor us from here

If you have any questions regarding the bungee jump, then please contact us

Best regards


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