Power Up The Tower for CLIC Sargent

This ‘uphill’ only race should suit hill runners and is raising money for a great cause.

The Event

Join the race up the 28 floors of Northern Ireland’s tallest building, the Obel Tower in Belfast, to help raise funds for the Northern Ireland Homes from Home Appeal.

The challenge

Power up the Tower is a stair climb event where people will race to the top of Belfast’s Obel Tower as fast as they can to help raise funds for the Northern Ireland Homes from Home Appeal.

The Obel is a skyscraper located on Donegall Quay on the River Lagan which dominates Belfast’s skyline. It is recognised as one of the cities most well-known landmarks and participants will be rewarded at the top with magnificent views of the capital.

The event is physically challenging but it is open to all running abilities from a non runner to an elite runner.

Participants will set off in waves and the stairwell will never get too crowded; you can walk, run or sprint. The race will be accurately timed using professional timing chips and there will be awards for the fastest man and women as well as for the top fundraisers.

Get involved

Sign up today to take part in the Power up the Tower in aid of CLIC Sargent

The registration fee for this event is £25 and we encourage participants to raise £150 or more for CLIC Sargent.

Find out how your money can help support children and young people with cancer.

Once you have registered, you can set up your own online fundraising page with JustGiving.

Find out more

For more information about this event, please contact CLIC Sargent Fundraising Manager, Christine McClune on 0289 0725 780 or email: christine.mcclune@clicsargent.org.uk.

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