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Liverpool Anglican Cathedral Abseil

  • Date and Time: 10 July 2021 at 16:26
  • Location: Liverpool Anglican Cathedral Abseil
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THE ONLY WAY IS UP

Liverpool Anglican Cathedral Abseil | Saturday 10 and 17 July 2021

We're looking for 40 very special and brave supporters to take a leap of faith over the side of the world-famous Anglican Cathedral whilst helping to raise funds for your Liverpool University Hospitals.

Registration £35 (minimum sponsorship £150)

Register online: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/r-charity-anglican-cathedral-abseil-tickets-92781316415

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FAQs:

The Liverpool Cathedral abseil is a 150ft drop that you will gradually lower yourself through.

  • No previous abseil experience
  • You must be over 18 years of age in order to take part, as well as being of a good standard of physical health
  • The abseil takes place above the Great West Door of the Cathedral and spectators will gather underneath to watch you in action
  • You can take on the abseil challenge as a pair if this is something that you’d prefer to do. If you do want to take on the challenge as a duo then you will need to be quick and register ASAP as spaces for both the solo and double abseil challenges do sell out quickly.

Look back...

Staff members Abby and Lynne took part in the 2019 Cathedral abseil to help raise funds for the Palliative Care Team at The Royal Hospital. 

They raised over £500 and are now encouraging others members of staff to take a leap of faith.

Abby said: “I was petrified but loved every minute of it. All my friends and family were there to support me, the sun was shining and the view from the top of the cathedral was amazing. We were overwhelmed by the amount of people who donated to support the hospital and two years on we’re still so grateful. I’d recommend this experience to everyone, even if you are scared or nervous please do not let it put you off, I promise, you will not regret it! We had such a great day.”

Are you ready to challenge yourself?

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