Adventurers are being invited to scale great heights whilst enjoying a unique view of Birmingham as they raise money for St Giles Hospice in an abseil challenge. 

Fundraisers will descend more than 100ft down Three Brindleyplace on Saturday 14th October. 

Georgia Haynes, Acting Events Manager at St Giles Hospice, said: “You’ll enjoy spectacular skyline views accompanied by a descent equivalent to the height of seven double-decker buses! Your fundraising will make a big difference to local people, and their loved ones, living with a terminal illness. 

“You don’t need any training or special skills – just bring your bravery!” 

Jayne Dayus-Hinch took part in our  abseil earlier this year at Millers Dale Bridge, with her son Fraser. Jayne has a rare incurable cancer and had recently been receiving support from St Giles Hospice. 

Jayne said, “Throughout my working life, the work I have done has always linked me back to St Giles on many different occasions through fundraising and hosting a charity ball. I never thought that I would end up using their services myself. The abseil was fantastic and I’d recommend everyone to have a go!” 

Entry to the abseil is £25, with a minimum sponsorship target of £75. Three Brindleyplace is a short 15-minute walk from Birmingham New Street train station and 25 minutes from Birmingham Moor Street.  

To sign up, visit, contact the fundraising team on 01543 432538, or email