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Virgin Experiences - Win a Bungee Jump for One!

Competition Ends: 28/01/2018

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Whether you’ve always wanted to give it a go or you just want to try something new, now is your chance!

Available at nine locations across the UK, experience the ultimate adrenaline rush as you take a leap of faith off of a towering 160ft platform. Enjoy the feeling of being suspended mid-air, before being propelled back skywards. Instructors will also be on hand to ensure you feel safe and at ease at all times.

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