Rise above London’s skyline and help Barretstown

For a third year the BT Tower, one of London’s tallest buildings, will generously open its doors to the public on Thursday 16 May 2013 in support of two very special charities – The Ellen MacArthur Cancer Trust and Barretstown, who both work towards the common goal of rebuilding young peoples lives after serious illness and cancer.

The BT Tower, an iconic landmark on London’s skyline, offers you the rare opportunity to enjoy stunning views of the city from the 34th floor. Tickets, which must be purchased in advance, are now available from www.stubmatic.com/emct/event/7625

Each ticket includes a 35 second lift ride traveling the breath-taking 189 metres to the 34th floor – a distance equivalent to 24 double decker buses end to end. Guests can enjoy light refreshments and a glass of bubbly whilst taking in the spectacular views of London that on a clear day can stretch as far as the QE2 Bridge in Dartford, Wembley Stadium and more.

Priced at £50 per ticket, the money raised will be split between the two charities, both of which work to rebuild the confidence and lives of young people who have suffered from serious illness and cancer.