Abseiling for homeless charity
PUBLISHED: 14:00 14 June 2016
A team of fearless climbers abseiled down a North Somerset quarry to raise thousands of pounds in aid of a charity which supports homeless people in Weston-super-Mare.
The team of 15 took on the heights of Uphill Quarry last month to raise money for Somewhere To Go, which is based in Boulevard.
Somewhere To Go’s day centre manager, Joan Eales, told the Mercury: “We were raising money to support the work we do at Somewhere to Go with the ever-increasing number of homeless people and also other disadvantaged people (in Weston).
“The amount of money promised is more than £1,500.”