Climb an iconic London building for a good cause

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Climb an iconic London building for a good cause

How would fancy climbing some of the capital's most iconic buildings? 

Well that's exactly what's on offer to any who takes up Mencap's 'Step-Up Challenge'. 

The learning disability charity is offering the chance to climb the Walkie Talkie in the City, Portland House in Victoria and 5 Strand in Charing Cross. 

In total it would be 71 stories, and the charity are throwing in a 6 K run for measure.

It's not for the faint hearted, but it is for a good cause.

Paddy Griffiths from Mencap and Ciara Lawrence who has learning difficulties an works with Mencap joined Headline London to talk about this new challenge.

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