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News 17.08.17

Will you Celebrate World Animal Day with us?

Does your love for animals know no bounds?

If so, then come and celebrate World Animal Day with us by joining in our charity abseil!

We are looking for people who want to help us achieve our aim of giving animals a better life by taking part in our exciting one-off charity challenge. We’re asking you to abseil down Peacehaven Cliffs on Saturday 30th September to raise money for the animals at Raystede.

The abseil will be lead by professional abseiling company, Hatt Adventures, so you will be in safe hands. The cliffs are 115 feet high and you will get a magnificent view of the sea! There will be 2 ropes going down the cliff at the same time, so why not sign up with a friend and race them to the bottom?      

After signing up you will each get a welcome pack and support leading up to the event. We can also assure you that the council regularly check the abseiling spot, and that the abseil would not go ahead if unsafe.

On the day itself you are allowed to bring spectators with you and we will be there too to offer you encouragement on your descent. By signing up to the event you will receive a medal after completing the abseil and will also be entered into a draw to win a luxury night stay for 2 in the Atlanta Hotel in Eastbourne, as well as a professional photographer capturing you during your abseil. 

To sign up for the abseil we are asking for a £18 registration fee and you can book on by phoning us on 01825 840747 or by following this link

The fundraising target is £100 per person. Did you know that by raising £100 for Raystede this will help care for 5 dogs or cats at our centre on World Animal Day!

Many of the animals at our centre have faced challenges in life and by taking part in this challenge of your own, it really will make a difference to them!


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