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Abseiling from Coventry Cathedral

to rise funds for Air Ambulance Service


I have chosen to take part in the Coventry Cathedral Abseil 2022 and help raise vital funds for Air Ambulance service.

This is my abseiling in a very very long time! The last time I did an abseil was in 2007 when I was in BMS College of Engineering. There is a dedicated Mountaineering club at my college and a dedicated Gopi Wall to practice wall climbing and abseiling (we called it rappelling).


For some of you who know me, I am very scared of heights. But I am always willing to push my inhibitions and give it a go.


I have been living in Coventry for about 8 years now. I have been a Coventry city of culture 2021 City Host too. I have walked past the beautiful Coventry Cathedral several times. It's very special to abseil here in Coventry's most iconic landmarks and tell my story to my young ones.


Please support me


About Air Ambulance:

Every day of the year, Warwickshire, Northamptonshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire & Rutland Air Ambulance is helping save more lives. Our critical care paramedics, doctors and pilots attend an average of five rescue missions a day. Within minutes they can be on the ground delivering lifesaving care. The air ambulance gives people the very best chance of survival and recovery. We are supported by a Critical Care Car meaning that we can reach those who need us 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.


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