ISPCC Childline Thomond Park Abseil - Sept 2017
Calling All Daredevils In The Munster Area!! Have you got what it takes to abseil from the top of one of Ireland's most iconic stadiums?
"The ISPCC has consistently urged robust regulation of charities"
The ISPCC is deeply concerned at allegations of poor governance and financial mismanagement at Console. Read ISPCC CEO Grainia Long's statement on the governance problems at the charity.
STAND UP AND… JUMP! – IN AID OF ISPCC Childline
Thomond Park will be home to a new challenge on Saturday 23rd September, with Munster fans, daredevils, thrill seekers and all those brave enough to try, invited to cast off all cares and abseil down 40 metres, from the heights of Thomond Park, in aid of ISPCC Childline.
The abseil will take place from the West Stand, from above the media box where some of the most most exciting commentary in rugby has been delivered in matches gone by, down the front of the building. Abseilers will get a fantastic panoramic view of the iconic stadium before their descent. Though abseils have been held here before they have not used this route, which is higher and commands a more impressive challenge and view.
The ISPCC Encourages Parents To Talk With Their Children About Online Safety This Summer
With children across Ireland now on their much-longed for summer holidays, the ISPCC is encouraging parents/guardians to talk with their children about online safety. School holidays afford children the time and space to partake in activities they enjoy, with fewer time-restraints or other commitments to consider. Many children use online apps and services and networks to catch-up with their family abroad, keep in touch with their friends, challenge others in gaming. Other children may have recently received their first phone or tablet and will be using the summer holidays to get to grips with all its features.