Here's Cherry Rudge - Rainbow Red's founder and creator of the Hoarding Ice-Breaker form - about to abseil down the side of St Mary's Church as part of Walton-on-Thames Heritage Day 2018.
And yes, she did manage to get all the way down in one piece!
Please click HERE to sponsor Cherry, who was raising money for the Fastminds Neurodiversity Arts Festival in Kingston.
The festival is a two-day celebration of all things colourful and creative, and takes place on Friday 14th and Saturday 15th September.
It's been been organised by the amazing folks at FastmindsADHD/ASD - a voluntary, user-led, support group for people living with ADHD, Autism and co-morbid disorders. They offer support, advice and friendship to Neurodiverse people, their families, friends and colleagues from all over London.
This will be an open and inclusive community event in the heart of Kingston upon Thames.
Over the two days there will be:
- A fine art exhibition
- Short film screenings
- Live music
- Interactive Performance
- Creative workshops
- Market stalls
- Vegetarian & Vegan Café
Cherry will be manning the Hoarding Ice-Breaker Form stand on the Friday, raising awareness of the neurodiversity associated with clutter, disorganisation and hoarding.
Do come along to the festival and say "hello", and thank you in advance for supporting this wonderful cause!
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