Monday, 16 March 2015

JustGiving - Ashley Abseiling for Friends of the Cancer Centre

click > Take on the Tower abseil < click
takes place on the 11th and 12th April

"The Lord Mayor of Belfast joins Colleen Shaw, chief executive of Friends of the Cancer Centre and Professor Joe O’Sullivan, clinical director of the Cancer Centre, as they get set for Friends of the Cancer Centre’s Take on the Tower Abseil at Belfast City Hospital. Friends of the Cancer Centre is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year and to mark the milestone it is holding the very first abseil down Belfast City Hospital’s iconic yellow tower block. The Take on the Tower abseil takes place on the 11th and 12th April, giving brave supporters the chance to see Northern Ireland’s 4th tallest building from a completely different angle, as they make a 190ft adrenaline filled descent right in the heart of the city."

[fully booked]

Ashley Takes on the Tower

One she made earlier!

"As most of you are aware, cancer has been detected in our family over the past few years, my own included. Closest to my heart is my dad's illness which now thankfully has been treated and he is well on the mend. The nurses and all staff within the Friends of Cancer Centre have been amazing in the treatment and accommodation given to dad. These people are nothing short of angels.

Our family are so thankful for this healthcare facility which is why I have decided to "Take on the Tower" (I think I must be mad enough to do it!!) on 12th April 2015.

Looking forward to this once in a lifetime opportunity to do this and give something back (and you never know what's around the corner for us all) - as Friends of the Cancer Centre is celebrating its 30th anniversary!!!

Thanks for taking the time to visit my JustGiving page."

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