The Seafest Abseil with Outfit Moray will take place on 7th July 2018 at Grampian Furnishers from 9am – 5pm, alongside the Seafest event which happens at Station Park in Lossiemouth.
Following on from the success of last year’s abseil in December, it was decided to run this one as a thank you to the local community for all the support we received during our emergency fundraising appeal and are thrilled that SFEAR Kickboxing & Fitness, The Lossie 2-3 Group, North East Sensory Services, St Sylvester’s Primary School Parents’ Association, Friendly Access/Surfable Scotland, Tomintoul Primary School, Screwfix Foundation and MFR Cash for Kids will all benefit from our event. We know just how hard fundraising can be and finding affordable, local challenges can be even harder.
** UPDATE ** All charity spaces are now full, but please get in touch in case we have any cancellations.
If fundraising isn’t your thing and you want to take part in the abseil as a personal challenge, you can either turn up on the day (after 1230, when all the charity abseils have taken place) or you can book an early afternoon slot by purchasing a ticket through below.
All charities, club, groups etc will have free reign over their fundraisers regarding sponsorship, they will receive promotion on Outfit Moray’s social media and be mentioned in any press release where feasible. Time slots will be allocated nearer the event, once we know how many spaces have been filled, but fundraising teams will be clubbed together, to provide their charity/group etc with maximum visibility, their individual media coverage and any desired branding. Charities will be responsible for sourcing their own fundraisers though!
Of course, we are organising the event with the aim to raise our own much-needed funds, so as an enticement, anyone who wishes to raise sponsorship for Outfit Moray will be able to take part free of charge, on the promise they raise at least £20 in sponsorship for us. Contact our community fundraiser, Karen Cox, to find out more!
To get you in the mood, here’s a montage video of our abseil in Dec 2017.
Organised by the Lossiemouth Community Development Trust, Seafest has achieved its aim of bringing the community of Lossiemouth together for a celebration of the town’s fishing heritage. First held in 2014, it has grown each year as new concepts and ideas have been introduced and is now a main event on Lossie’s calendar with Station Park filled with the best Lossie and Moray has to offer in the way of food and drinks, plus charities and demonstrations.