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Skypark Abseil and Clyde presenter Gordon Duncan  Picture: Clyde 1/ Bauer Media
Skypark Abseil and Clyde presenter Gordon DuncanClyde 1/ Bauer Media

Taking the plunge for charity at Skypark

All funds raised go to Clyde Cash for Kids

Daredevils are being invited to abseil down a 140ft office block for charity.

The feat will take place at the Skypark business centre in Finnieston on Sept 8.

And money raised will go to Clyde Cash for Kids which supports disadvantaged children and young people.

Clyde 1’s Superscoreboard presenters Gordon Duncan and Gordon Dalziel will be taking the plunge off the top of Skypark’s tallest building.

Long-standing

As a long-standing fundraising partner with Clyde Cash for Kids, Skypark has raised £40,000.

Presenter Gordon Duncan is calling for daredevils to join him. Photo: Clyde 1
Presenter Gordon Duncan is calling for daredevils to join him. Photo: Clyde 1

Strategic lettings advisor Angela Higgins of Resonance Capital said: “We’re looking forward to welcoming the Superscoreboard team, our tenants and anyone that wants to join our big community push for Clyde Cash for Kids.

“Every penny raised will make a difference to families in need.”

 

We’re looking forward to welcoming the Superscoreboard team, our tenants and anyone that wants to join our big community push for Clyde Cash for Kids.

Angela Higgins

 

Skypark’s abseil in conjunction with Clyde Cash for Kids’ is open to the public.

To register your interest, please contact reception@skypark-glasgow.com.

The 140ft plunge is from Skypark's tallest building
The 140ft plunge is from Skypark's tallest building

Spaces are limited so get in early to secure yours. A £20 deposit is required, and organisers ask that you try and raise a minimum of £80.

All funds go to Clyde Cash for Kids, who help disadvantaged children in Glasgow and the west of Scotland.

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