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Climbing A Mile For Sport Relief

Published on: 4 Apr, 2016
Updated on: 4 Apr, 2016

Sport Relief logo BBC EntertainmentThe Saturday Sports Club will be celebrating Sport Relief 2016 by climbing a mile at its base, the Surrey Sports Park, on its climbing wall on Saturday, April 16.

Members of the club, with the help of of staff at the sports park, will take turns to climb the 10m high walls 160 times.

The team will be collecting sponsorship through its JustGiving page (http://my.sportrelief.com/sponsor/SaturdaySportsClub).

Climbing the 10m high wall at the Surrey Sports Park.

Climbing the 10m high wall at the Surrey Sports Park.

Friends and family are invited to show their support by sponsoring them, all to raise big bucks for a great cause. Any guests visiting the sports park on the day are invited to contribute by placing donations in the collection buckets outside of climbing centre.

The money they raise will help people living unimaginably tough lives across the UK and in the world’s poorest communities.

 Laura Tomlin, volunteer helper, said: “The climbers are really looking forward to doing their bit to help this worthwhile cause.”

For more information call Laura Tomlin on 07894 984906 or email sportsclub@hotmail.com

The Surrey Sports Park at the University of Surrey.

The Surrey Sports Park of the University of Surrey.

 

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  1. John Lomas Reply

    April 5, 2016 at 7:31 am

    They might care to add one more climb making it 161, otherwise they will fall short of their one mile (1,760 yards) target.

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