Now in its second year, Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland’s (SBH Scotland) Zipslide the Clyde challenge is even more popular than ever, raising over £50,000 for the specialist charity.
Over the course of two weekends, more than 150 daredevils took part in the Zipslide the Clyde challenge. Participants took to the skies to launch off from a 100ft high crane next to the iconic Glasgow Riverside Museum, before zip sliding along a 1000ft long route down the Clyde.
Amongst those taking part was disabled Fife great granny, Frances Cuthbertson (75), who was born with spina bifida. After a lifetime of raising money for numerous charities, Frances successfully completed the challenge for what she says will likely be her final fundraising act.