The event will take place at the Titan Crane in Clydebank, which stands 150ft above the ground. Participants will have a fantastic view before climbing over the edge and experiencing the thrill of abseiling from the crane.
Kirsty Scott, the Stroke Association Community and Events Fundraising Manager in Scotland said:
“If you have only abseiled against a structure before then expect something different.For novices, it’s the perfect introduction to the very best of challenge events. No previous experience is needed to take part as our team of highly skilled instructors will ensure you are safely equipped with everything you need to know on the day.”
Registration costs £15 and there is a minimum sponsorship ask of £100 per person. As with all our events, places are going fast so to ensure that you don’t miss out on this amazing challenge sign-up today! Secure your place below.
Sign up to the event at: www.stroke.org.uk/titanabseil
For more information about the event or the work we do, please don't hesitate to get in touch with one of our events team by calling 01604 687 768 or alternatively, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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A stroke is a brain attack which happens when the blood supply to the brain is cut off, caused by a clot or bleeding in the brain. There are around 152,000 strokes in the UK every year and it is the leading cause of severe adult disability. There are over 1.2 million people in the UK living with the effects of stroke.
Stroke Association is a charity. We believe in life after stroke and together we can conquer stroke. We work directly with stroke survivors and their families and carers, with health and social care professionals and with scientists and researchers. We campaign to improve stroke care and support people to make the best recovery they can. We fund research to develop new treatments and ways of preventing stroke. The Stroke Helpline (0303 303 3100) provides information and support on stroke. More information can be found at www.stroke.org.uk