Norwich Abseil 2019

Norwich Abseil 2019



Name: Emma Benstead

Phone: 01508 500894

The Norwich Abseil is back for its third year! Challenge yourself and abseil down one of Norwich's most iconic buildings - The Forum and raise money for the nook appeal!

Book now to avoid disappointment! Last year’s event was a sell out and raised over £15,000 for EACH. You can select a time slot between 9am and 5.30pm and need to arrive at least 15 mins before your allocated time slot.

Participants are required to bring the following on the day:

  • Sponsorship form & moneys raised. A cheque made payable to EACH is preferable, but cash is also accepted on the day (If you have raised money through a web-giving site, a copy of the page will be required to confirm sponsorship amount)
  • Suitable footwear i.e. walking boots, trainers or flat soled shoes to provide grip and stability, and suitable clothing i.e. not baggy, loose materials, and dressed suitably for the weather conditions. Don’t forget to bring your family & friends to support you!

Minimum age 12 years old. 

Full training will be provided prior to your descent by Dynamic ​Expeditions. They will also provide you with all the necessary safety equipment e.g. helmet, harness and gloves.



Entry is ONLY £5 but all participants need raise a minimum of £100 sponsorship all in aid of EACH’s nook appeal.
You can then choose the time slot you'd like to take part:

- 9.00am - 9.30am
- 9.30am - 10am
- 10am - 10.30am
- 10.30am - 11am  SOLD OUT
- 11am - 11.30am
- 11.30am - 12pm
- 12pm - 12.30pm


 - 1.30pm - 2pm
- 2pm - 2.30pm
- 2.30pm - 3pm
- 3pm - 3.30pm
- 3.30pm - 4pm
- 4pm - 4.30pm
- 4.30pm - 5pm
- 5pm - 5.30pm SOLD OUT

Norwich Abseil FAQs
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In aid of the nook appeal.

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The Treehouse

St. Augustine’s Gardens,
Ipswich, IP3 8NS


Church Lane, Milton,
Cambridge, CB24 6AB

The Nook

Pigot Lane, Framingham Earl
Norfolk, NR14 7PX