Harlow Tye Rotary invite you to abseil down the Water Tower
Charity / Wed 15th Feb 2017 pm28 02:58pm
WOULD you like to raise money for a charity or voluntary organisation that is dear to your heart, or are you involved in such an organisation that needs to raise money for a particular project? It can be local, national or international and it might be, for instance, a School, a Club, a Hospice or a national charity such as Cancer Research UK. Are you game for a challenge or do you know someone who is? Then read on:-
Yes, it is nearly time for Harlow Tye Rotary Club’s Annual Charity Abseil event. In the 19 years so far an extraordinary £850,000 has been raised for hundreds of worthy causes. We see no reason to stop whilst there are charities and voluntary organisations needing help, .to raise funds
When and where is it? It will take place on Saturday and Sunday, 29th and 30th April 2017 (the May bank holiday weekend) at the Church Langley Water Tower in Harlow.
How does it work? Our Club employs fully qualified experts to train and supervise you throughout the abseil procedure. You have to pay an entry fee of £35 to take part but 100% of the sponsorship that you raise from family, friends and colleagues goes to the beneficiary of your choice. By the way, you have to be 16 or over to enter.
How do I (or they) get involved? Go to our Club website www.harlowtyerotary.org.uk and follow the instructions there to download a registration form and conditions of entry. Failing that, you can e-mail us on [email protected] or telephone/text Bill on 07711982671 to have them sent or delivered to you. Charities or voluntary organisations can enter teams but please contact us – see website – for details. Entries are now being accepted.
Why should I? Every year, a good number of people who admit to being scared of heights have a go and the sense of achievement that they experience is there for all to see – not only for doing it but for the money that they raise for their chosen cause.
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