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Zip Wire Charity Challenge

  • When May 6th 2017
  • Where Douglas Promenade - Sat 6th & Sun 7th May
  • Time 10.00am
  • Price £25 Registration (plus raise £100)

Take to the sky above Douglas and do something amazing to help children and families across the Island by signing yourself up for our massive 1000ft  zip wire challenge.

Book today and be one of the first to experience this amazing challenge!

Before you book your ticket please read carefully the health warning notice, you will be required to complete a waiver form on the day and be aware of the weight restrictions:

Min: 40kg: Max: 110kg: Max waist size 127cm

The minimum age limit of 14 years and persons under 16 will need to a parental permission signature on the day. If any participant has concerns a doctors consent should be acquired.

It is important to read the health advice notice to ensure you are safe to zip. Please read the waiver below, ensuring you complete the waiver and bring on the day.

Health Advice Notice

Waiver

Cost:  £25.00 (early bird) per person registration; PLUS raise a minimum of £100 for The Children’s Centre which should be paid before the event.

Donations can be paid via the link here or

PayPal - fundraising@thechildrenscentre.org.im - please ensure that you quote ZIP WIRE and your full name as a reference
Cheque - Payable to Friends of The Children's Centre
Cash - can be brought to The Children's Centre at 94 Woodbourne Road, Douglas

TIME SLOTS:

YOUR SESSION is an HOURLY SLOT so please be prepared for a waiting time!

Please ensure that you arrive at  least 15 minutes in advance of your hourly time slot to allow time for us to brief you.

When you arrive please make your way to the Registration point by the War Memorial.

 

REFUNDS:

Refunds cannot be given for online bookings . Please ensure you have read and understood the zip health warning notice prior to booking your ticket.

Click below to register

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We would like to thank our Zip Wire Challenge principal sponsor Utmost Wealth Solutions for their generous support, also to the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company for providing free ferry services for our on Island event and to our media partners 3FM.

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How can you help?

There are many ways you can support our work.

  • £3,000 per day to run our charitable programmes
  • £7 benefit for every £1 spent on Thriving families programme
  • 40% of local children and young people engaged in our services
  • 16 groups of all ages hosted at the Farm each week