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Charity abseil at Brimham Rocks to fundraise for neurodiverse children

Autism Angels in Harrogate is hosting its first ever charity abseil fundraiser at Brimham Rocks next week.

Charity abseil at Brimham Rocks to fundraise for neurodiverse children A Yorkshire-based charity supporting neurodiverse children is hosting a charity abseil at Brimham Rocks next week. Autism Angels is hosting its first ever charity abseil on Saturday 6th April. It’s part of World Autism Acceptance Week and will see volunteers descend the giant rock formation near Pateley Bridge. A spokesperson for Autism Angels said:

“We are a Yorkshire-based charity which has been operating in our community for over 11 years working with horses to support neurodiverse children and their families, are looking for fundraisers willing to take the leap and brave the abseil. “Like many charities, Autism Angel’s relies heavily on the support of donations and fundraising to help them deliver vital services and make a real difference in our community.”
There’s still time to sign up for those who wish to take part. The spokesperson added:
“Fancy the challenge? Join the Autism Angel’s team as an individual, bring the family or arrange coming with friends. “If your workplace would like to mark Autism Acceptance Week, you and your colleagues are invited to join us. You’ll be raising funds for charity and having an amazing time in the process!”
Tickets for the abseil are charged at £30 per person, with all proceeds going to Autism Angels. Alternatively, you can donate online via JustGiving here. Read more local stories from Your Harrogate here.

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