Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 2 July 2015

Climbit launches at the Odyssey's W5

Published 22/07/2014 | 23:01

Stephanie Berkeley and Judith Harvey pictured at the launch of Climbit, W5's brand new iconic exhibit at Odyssey
Stephanie Berkeley and Judith Harvey pictured at the launch of Climbit, W5's brand new iconic exhibit at Odyssey
Melanie Hamilton, Charles Fulton and Moira Fulton pictured at the launch of Climbit, W5's brand new iconic exhibit at Odyssey
Rachel Bishop and Craig Bishop pictured at the launch of Climbit, W5's brand new iconic exhibit at the Odyssey
W5's General Manager Judith Harvey, far right, pictured with Aine Kearney, Director of Product Development NITB, Colette FitzGerald Head of European Commission Office in NI and Robert Fitzpatrick, CEO of Odyssey Trust Company at the launch of Climbit, W5Õs brand new signature exhibit. Climbit is the first of its kind anywhere in the UK and Ireland and marks a massive investment in the award-winning science & discovery centre for the quarter of a million visitors who visit every year.
Margaret Stevens, Matt Craig and Caroline Bell pictured at the launch of Climbit, W5Õs brand new iconic exhibit at Odyssey
Judith Harvey, Robert Fitzpatrick and Sally Montgomery pictured at the launch of Climbit, W5Õs brand new iconic exhibit at Odyssey
James Magee, Pamela Johnson, Stephanie Berkeley and Adrian Lutton pictured at the launch of Climbit, W5Õs brand new iconic exhibit at Odyssey
Fiona Ure, Lindsey Hall and Joanne O'Hagan pictured at the launch of Climbit, W5Õs brand new iconic exhibit at Odyssey
Ali Johns and David Stalker pictured at the launch of Climbit, W5Õs brand new iconic exhibit at Odyssey
Andrew, Hannah and Kate Harvey pictured at the launch of Climbit, W5Õs brand new iconic exhibit at Odyssey
Alison Fleming and Damian Heavern pictured at the launch of Climbit, W5Õs brand new iconic exhibit at Odyssey
Patrick, Aine and Eva Kearney pictured at the launch of Climbit, W5Õs brand new iconic exhibit at Odyssey

Climbit has launched at W5 in the Odyssey - a three-storey jungle gym which invites visitors to traverse over, under and through platforms suspended from steel pipes and cables to stretch their muscles, test their limits, and develop confidence in their physical abilities.

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