Halloween Orbit Abseil Taylor Wimpey

Where: The ArcelorMittal Orbit

Abseil down the ArcelorMittal Orbit and help end homelessness.

27 October 2017

Spaces for this event are now filled, if you would like to be added to our waiting list please email events@mungos.org.

Taylor Wimpey challenge all vampires, zombies, witches and monsters to go over the edge of ArcelorMittal Orbit to help homeless people (costumes welcome, but not essential)!

Are you ready for a “Thriller” of an abseil down the UK’s highest freefall abseil at 262ft in aid of St Mungo’s? Go over the edge on an adrenaline fuelled ride down to the ground.

You’ll take in the breathtaking views across London including the following iconic buildings:

  • The Gherkin
  • St Paul’s
  • Canary Wharf
  • Wembley Stadium
  • The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

No prior experience is necessary to take part as you’ll receive a comprehensive safety briefing and all your training and abseiling kit on the day.

We will also have a photographer to capture the moment you start your descent. Do invite your friends and family to cheer you on and capture the moment you land back on the ground!

Please note: The abseil is open to participants aged 18 and over. Those aged 14-18 need parental consent. The providers for the day will be Wire & Sky who have vast experience of running these types of events. They will provide full training on the day.

How to join St Mungo’s Home Team

The following minimum sponsorship amounts apply:

Fundraising target: £195

  • Night: 4pm – 9pm


What we provide

  • A St Mungo’s t-shirt
  • A fundraising pack filled with help, advice and top tips to increase your sponsorship
  • The opportunity to visit a St Mungo’s project and see the frontline work we do.

Questions? Get in touch with Izzy
020 3856 6230

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