We are super excited to be able to offer the technical support to a host of charities with abseil events across Sussex after what has been a difficult start to 2021!
The first one of the year will be based from Peacehaven Heights on the White Cliffs of East Sussex, on Saturday 03rd and Sunday 04th July, in support of two fantastic and worthy charities, Chestnut Tree House - Children's Hospice Care and St Barnabas House Hospice Care.
See below to find out how you can 'Get Involved' and show your support!
To 'Get Involved' and support one or both of these great charity events, follow the 'Sign Me Up' links below for more information - Do you have what it takes to complete the abseil challenge!?
Chestnut Tree House - Children's Hospice Care
Chestnut Tree House is a children’s charity providing hospice care services and community support for children and young people with progressive life-shortening conditions in East and West Sussex and South East Hampshire.
There are hundreds of children and young people in your local community who are unlikely to reach adulthood. And even more parents and family members who need care, help and support on their journey, as they do not know how long they will have together.
From special days out to the every day at home, you help children and their families make the most of every moment together.
Take a Virtual Tour
Watch the video below to be taken on a virtual tour through the grounds and facilities at Chestnut Tree House.
St Barnabas House - Hospice Care
St Barnabas House is your local hospice, located in Worthing, West Sussex. They are a local charity who aim to provide expert care for local people. St Barnabas House believe everyone facing life-limiting illness should receive the care and support they deserve. Their mission is to provide dignity, comfort and choice for adults who need specialised, supportive care.
Take a Virtual Tour
You can now take a virtual tour of St Barnabas House to see the expert facilities and specialist care provided for people from across the Worthing, Adur, Arun and Henfield areas.