We all need a breath of fresh air after a difficult year, and what better way to get it than to take on an adrenaline-fuelled challenge.

Spaces are filling up quickly for Chestnut Tree House’s White Cliffs Abseil. On Saturday 3 July, adrenaline-seekers will take in some spectacular views as they make a 120ft descent down Peacehaven’s White Cliffs. And you can join them too. The abseil is naturally socially distanced so if you’re looking for an extra thrill while fundraising for your local children’s hospice, Chestnut Tree House has you covered.

Jayne braved an abseil last year and explains why you should sign up:

Jayne signed up to abseil for Chestnut Tree House last year to say thank you for the ongoing support they have given her daughter, Lydia, who has Rett Syndrome – a rare genetic disorder that affects brain development.

It was an experience she will never forget, and she urges others to take on the challenge too. “This was the first time I had ever done anything like this, I was really out of my comfort zone,” says Jayne. “But I knew that I was doing something for an incredible charity, and that helped me through it.

“If you’re thinking of taking on an adrenaline challenge, then please, just do it. You’ll be making such a difference to local families like mine.”

It costs just £40 to register (£32 with code 20ABSEIL), with a minimum sponsorship of £150 per person. Sign up today to be abseiler-extraordinaire for local children’s hospice care: www.chestnut-tree-house.org.uk/whitecliffsabseil/