Dorset's Deputy Chief Constable James Vaughan to abseil for UK charity Refuge
ONE of Dorset Police’s top officers is plunging down the Avon Gorge on Sunday to raise money for the charity Refuge.
Deputy Chief Constable James Vaughan is taking part in an abseil to aim £1,000 for the charity which provides practical help and support for women and children experiencing domestic violence.
He said: “I am really excited to be taking part in this challenge while supporting this very worthwhile cause.
“The charity carries out amazing work and makes a tremendous difference to the lives of victims and children affected by domestic violence.
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“The abseil itself is fairly daunting and I would like to thank everyone for helping us in our efforts to achieve our goal.”
DCC Vaughan is one of ten abseilers in #TeamRappel aiming to help Refuge raise £10,000.
Donations can be made online at http://justgiving.com/teamrappel or through Twitter using #TeamRappel.