Abseiling the height of Kathmandu and climbing no handed!
Yesterday we raised close to £3000 for Nepal and donations are still coming in! Thank you to all those who joined us at Stanage Edge and braved the rain. We abseiled a total of 1400m (the height of Kathmandu). The money raised is going towards rebuilding a school in Baluwa, Ghorkha which was destroyed in the earthquake. Thanks to you we’ve reached over 50% of our target!
A huge thank you also goes to Johnny Dawes for providing a master class in no handed climbing throughout the day (and many laughs too), Doreen Goodey for the cake and sarnies, and our superb instructors, Johnny Holmes and Holly Brigham whom stood on top of wet, windy and rainy Stanage Edge for 8 hours and last, but not least, all of the fantastic folks that came out to join us. Without you all we couldn’t have done it.
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