BRAVE fundraisers will face their fears when they abseil from the top of a cathedral tower.

The challenge is being held as part of a Spring fair on Saturday, May 26 in St Asaph which takes in the city's parish church and cathedral.

Courageous souls will be able to abseil down the cathedral tower whilst those on the ground will be able to enjoy stalls and competitions at the parish church and churchyard.

There will also be craft workshops, face painting and model cars as well as a scarecrow display and a barbecue.

Those wishing to abseil must register and payment will be collected prior to the event and time slots will be issued.

Place are limited. To take part, fundraisers need to be reasonably fit and able to climb the 126 steps to the top of the tower. Minimum age is 12-years-old, anyone under 16 must get permission.

In the event of bad weather, the abseil will be deferred to another date.

Money raised will be split between Ty Gobaith and the Parish Church.

For a registration, sponsor form and further details visit and click 'news'.

The day will run between 10am to 4pm.