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Swanley Charity Shop Manager to abseil down UK's tallest sculpture in memory of his Mum

Swanley Charity Shop Manager to abseil down UK's tallest sculpture in memory of his Mum

News   •   Jun 30, 2015 09:32 BST

ellenor charity shop manager, Stephen Simmonite, to join a team of daredevil fundraisers to abseil 262feet down the ArcelorMittal Orbit, the UK’s tallest sculpture on Saturday 18 July 2015 to raise funds to care for families facing terminal illness in North Kent.