A boy with an incurable brain tumour that left him blind has ticked off another challenge on his personal bucket list.
Malachi Tyler, who's seven and from Kent, abseiled down a 100 foot water tower at the Salomons Estate near Tunbridge Wells.
Derek Johnson reports.
More than one hundred volunteers abseiled down one of Brighton's most iconic buildings. They were raising money for the charity Blind Veterans UK which helps ex-servicemen and women.
Malcolm Shaw went to the Grand Hotel to see the abseilers in action, and spoke to Cara Butler, the youngest to take part, blind veteran Martin Shail, and Lesley Garven of Blind Veterans UK.
A pensioner has entered the world record books for abseiling down a building in Portsmouth. 97 year old Doris Long did the abseil with Meridian Tonight's Fred Dinenage to raise money for charity. You can see how they got on here.