Take the leap for charity: SOS Africa hosts abseil event at Shepton Mallet Prison

By Laura Linham

12th Apr 2024 | Local News

Shepton Mallet Prison (File: Nub News)
Shepton Mallet Prison (File: Nub News)

This Father's Day weekend, Shepton Mallet Prison will serve as the backdrop for a charity abseil event, hosted by SOS Africa.

Scheduled for the 15th and 16th of June, 2024, this event promises an unforgettable experience for families, children, and beginners alike, with no prior experience required to participate.

SOS Africa, a dedicated charity working to support the education and care of underprivileged South African children, is inviting adventurous spirits to register for an exhilarating descent down the historic walls of Shepton Mallet Prison.

The event not only offers participants the chance to challenge themselves but also to contribute to a good cause.

The charity abseil is perfectly suited for individuals of all ages and skill levels, aiming to bring together the community for a fun-filled weekend of excitement and philanthropy.

Whether looking to conquer fears, try something new, or simply enjoy a day out with a difference, this event has something for everyone.

To participate in this exceptional event, interested individuals are encouraged to secure their preferred abseil date and time as soon as possible, as spaces are limited. Registration can be completed by contacting [email protected].

     

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