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    Weʼve raised £0 to help St Asaph Parish Church with renovations to make it available to the people of St Asaph and beyond as a centre for community activities.

    Trefnant, Denbigh, UK
    Closed on Thursday, 6th September 2018

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    On Saturday 26th May 2018, I will be attending St Asaph Parish Church and abseiling down the main tower of the church to raise money for Ty Gobaith and St Asaph Parish Church. The money will be split 50:50 between both charities.

    Ty Gobaith childrens hospice offers a range of services including respite and end-of-life care, support and counselling for families

    Ty Gobaith do an amazing job and St Asaph Parish Church are;

    embarking on major renovations to make it available to the people of St Asaph and beyond as a centre for community activities as well as being the parish church

    These are both worthy causes, so I hope you will support me with this abseil by donating towards this event.

    Many thanks

    Abseiling the Cathedral



    Craig Sumner

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        Craig Sumner

        Craig Sumner

        Trefnant, Denbigh, UK

        I am Craig, I am 25 years old and I would like to put back into my local community by abseiling down St Asaph parish church's tower on Saturday 26th May.

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