Abseiling 114m from the Arcelor Mittal Orbit for charity

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This weekend I’ll be descending the UK’s largest sculpture along with colleagues from digital agency Deeson in aid of Porchlight, a charity supporting the homeless and vulnerable across Kent and Croydon.

At Deeson we’ve worked with Porchlight for some time on projects and we’re happy to be able to give back to this wonderful charity – although I’m not sure I’ll be so convinced about that as I lower myself into thin air 114m above Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

From there on, it’s over the edge and down on an adrenaline-fuelled ride to the ground, taking in the breath-taking views across London including iconic buildings such as The Gherkin, St. Pauls, Canary Wharf and Wembley Stadium, as well as the world-famous sporting venues of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

If you’d like to support us in raising funds for Porchlight, you can make a donation here.

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