Trinity House has 'limited spaces left' at its three quincentenary charity abseil events
To mark 500 years of serving and caring for mariners and their
dependents, the Corporation of Trinity House is holding charity abseil
events at three of its lighthouses.
The events will raise funds for the
Corporation’s charity, which annually contributes around £4million to maritime
Some of the organisations the Corporation benefits are
household names including the Association of Sail Training Organisations (ASTO), Jubilee Sailing Trust, The Mary Rose
Trust and Seafarers UK but it also regularly contributes to little known
charities that do great work in and around the maritime industry.
The fundraising abseil events are being held on:
- Saturday 5 July at Southwold (Suffolk) lighthouse,
- Friday 11 July at Nash Point (Glamorgan) lighthouse, and
- Saturday 19 July at Portland Bill (Dorset) lighthouse.
Each event will run from 10am to 4pm.
Places at the abseiling events are strictly limited to a maximum of
50, and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. The challenges are for over 18s only.
Organisers say there are still a limited number of places left at each location.
To register please download the registration form and return it, with your registration fee of £30, to Phillip Cruddace via firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to him at Trinity House, The Quay, Harwich, CO12 3JW.
To raise sponsorship, visit the Corporation of Trinity House’s Just Giving account.
more information about the charities the Corporation
regularly supports click here.
Portland Bill Lighthouse. Credit: Jean Hurlock.
Nash Point lighthouse. Credit: Stuart Yendle
Southwold lighthouse. Credit: Tim Warner