Volunteers wanted for NSPCC Peacehaven cliff top abseil

Dawn Paul at the 2017 Angel's abseil SUS-180207-121818001
Dawn Paul at the 2017 Angel's abseil SUS-180207-121818001

An ‘unstoppable’ NSPCC volenteer is calling on extreme sports fans to take part in a charity cliff top abseil.

The Angel’s Abseil is returning for a fourth year on Sunday, September 2.

The event offers the chance to descend 115ft down the Peacehaven cliffs and take in the stunning views, while raising funds for the NSPCC.

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NSPCC chairman of the Brighton area volunteers Dawn Paul, 57, from Peacehaven, founded this event amongst others, raising £25,000 for the chairty.

Mrs Paul said: “The Angel’s Abseil is always a really fantastic event and this year we want it to be bigger and better than ever before. We want to get even more people taking part and raising money for a worthy cause. Spaces are filling up, so register quickly.”

Contact angelswalk@outlook.com for information.