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Abseil the ArcelorMittal Orbit

Climb over the roof of the iconic 02 Arena.

The UK’s highest freefall abseil! Take on this exciting abseil down the UK’s tallest sculpture – ArcelorMittal Orbit in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London. Run by an experienced team of abseiling instructors, you’ll be looked after every step of the way as you lower yourself down – taking in the breath-taking views.

How to sign up:

Step 1

If you're feeling up to the challenge, then you'll need to go to the Wire and Sky website. Remember to read the participant restrictions details, and all the small print. You can choose from a few dates to take part in the bungee jump, have a look what availability they have!

The up front cost for the experience starts at: £65

Sign up on the Wire and Sky website

Step 2

Get in touch with our experienced Events Team - we'll help you with your fundraising and support you with whatever you need! If you raise over £100 in fundraising then we'll also send you a St Barnabas T-shirt to wear with pride on your jump!

Events enquiries

Step 3

Get your fundraising off with a bang on JustGiving! JustGiving pages are the easiest way to start fundraising, you can set them up quickly, share them across social media and all money comes directly to St Barnabas House - PLUS you can pay Gift Aid on your fundraising.

Set up your JustGiving page today

Why fundraise for us?

The care we provide is only possible thanks to the generosity of the local community. The cost of providing all our care services is over £9 million a year, with only 23% of this coming from central government, so everything you fundraise for us is crucial in helping us continue to provide loving hospice care.

The impact your donation makes
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Why take on a challenge for St Barnabas?

I know that Dad would be right there beside me if he could. Raising awareness of St Barnabas House is important to me as many people don’t realise the number of services the hospice offers, from short break care to complementary therapies, I couldn’t thank them enough.

- Amy, who's dad was cared for by the hospice

Check out some other ways to get involved for Team St Bs!