Sitting at the top of Holcombe is a monument erected in memory of Sir Robert Peel, Prime Minister of Britain 1841 – 1846 founder of the modern Police Force.
The tower stands 128ft high and at an elevation of 1,100ft gives excellent views over Manchester, Cheshire and North Wales and provides an amazing abseil experience.
Peel Tower was the perfect back drop for our charity abseil which took place on Sunday 28th September and will now be an annual event for Annabelle's Challenge.
62 volunteers took part in the abseil including members of the public walking by, teachers and parents from Woodbank School and ITV's Elaine Willcox helped to raise awareness of vascular EDS and funds for our charity.
The event was a great success and our gratitude goes to our organiser Casey Lynchey. Casey was also supported by Jake, Jason and Paul from Burrs Activity Centre.