The BT Tower has been an iconic landmark of London since 1965 when it was opened by Prime Minister Harold Wilson. For the third year in a row, members of the public are offered the chance to go to the top of this magnificent tower in the name of charity.

Charities Barretstown and The Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust are teaming up for the event, aimed at helping young people with cancer. However, they’ve made it a bit easier this year – whereas previously people would have to climb the stairs of the BT Tower (which, considering its 189 metres high, is no mean feat), now you can take the lift all the way to the top.

Tickets cost £50 each, with both charities receiving £25 from each sale, and those taking part will be greeted with some refreshments and a lovely glass of champers at the top of the tower – very nice too.

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