Cotswold company helps people sample life as 19th Century sailor

South Cerney based Head4Heights is helpin run attraction on the SS Great Britain

South Cerney based Head4Heights is helpin run attraction on the SS Great Britain

First published in News Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard: Brendan McFadden
Wilts and Glos Standard by , Reporter

A COTSWOLD aerial adventure company is helping run a newly launched feature at one of Bristol’s biggest attractions, allowing people to experience life as a 19th century sailor.

Head4Heights, based in Cotswold Water Park, is acting as technical and safety advisors on Go Aloft ,an activity located on Brunel’s SS Great Britain.

Those daring enough to try Go Aloft, can scale the rigging and yardarm of the former passenger ship which was originally launched in 1843, before enjoying a stunning view of Bristol from the mast 30m above the ground.

Visit ssgreatbritain.org for further information

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