MMA world champion, Leah McCourt
Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 2nd April 2018 MMA world champion, Leah McCourt, and friends get ready to take a leap of faith for Christian Aid Ireland. Northern Ireland's MMA world champion, Leah McCourt and Megan Atcheson, Amy Meehan and Grace Skelton from Glenlola Collegiate School gear up to take a leap of faith for Christian Aid Ireland when they will abseil the 400 ft. descent down Belfast Castle on Saturday April 14th. And they want you to take the leap with them. Christian Aid Ireland is looking for fifty adventurous individuals to join them for this exciting abseil down one of Belfast's most historic buildings. Leah McCourt, said: "Christian Aid's abseil challenge is going to be an incredible experience and is something amazing to do for those less fortunate. I know and hope that people will join me to take part and donate to help people living in some of the poorest parts of the world. I am thrilled to be able to take on this challenge for such an important cause." Chief Executive of Christian Aid Ireland, Rosamond Bennett, added: "I am challenging the people of Belfast and Northern Ireland to join myself, Leah and many others on Saturday the 14th of April to descend Belfast Castle. Together we can help vulnerable people in need, who show incredible strength and bravery through the many challenges and natural disasters they face." To register for the abseil visit christianaid.ie/abseil, email Christian Aid's office on belfast@christian-aid.org or call Tim Reynolds of Christian Aid Ireland on 028 9064 8133. Participants are asked to raise or donate a minimum of £60 for Christian Aid Ireland's work. Northern Ireland's MMA world champion, Leah McCourt is pictured with Megan Atcheson, Amy Meehan and Grace Skelton from Glenlola Collegiate School and Tim Reynolds, Christian Aid . Photo by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye

Northern Ireland’s MMA world champion, Leah McCourt and Megan Atcheson, Amy Meehan and Grace Skelton from Glenlola Collegiate School gear up to take a leap of faith for Christian Aid Ireland when they will abseil the 400 ft. descent down Belfast Castle on Saturday April 14th. And they want you to take the leap with them.

Christian Aid Ireland is looking for fifty adventurous individuals to join them for this exciting abseil down one of Belfast’s most historic buildings.
Leah McCourt, said: “Christian Aid’s abseil challenge is going to be an incredible experience and is something amazing to do for those less fortunate. I know and hope that people will join me to take part and donate to help people living in some of the poorest parts of the world. I am thrilled to be able to take on this challenge for such an important cause.”

Chief Executive of Christian Aid Ireland, Rosamond Bennett, added: “I am challenging the people of Belfast and Northern Ireland to join myself, Leah and many others on Saturday the 14th of April to descend Belfast Castle. Together we can help vulnerable people in need, who show incredible strength and bravery through the many challenges and natural disasters they face.”

To register for the abseil visit christianaid.ie/abseil, email Christian Aid’s office on belfast@christian-aid.org or call Tim Reynolds of Christian Aid Ireland on 028 9064 8133. Participants are asked to raise or donate a minimum of £60 for Christian Aid Ireland’s work.

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