Students were attempting to complete their NICAS climbing award but were interrupted by the actions of Elsie
Programme leader Paul Tonks said: “Elsie was able to evade the stringent security measures and she focused on causing mayhem. The mischievous elf managed to mingle with students! And, with no regard for her personal safety, climbed walls with no harness and safety equipment! Luckily, due to the skills developed by the students over the past few weeks, no harm befell either student or elf. I would like to warn students of Kidderminster College to be aware of the Naughty Elf as I have no doubt her escapades will only increase as the festive season moves on.”
Congratulations to Sport Outdoor enthusiast Jake Brunn on smashing the current spend climb record by achieving 5.4 seconds for his ascent!
We’ll keep updated with any sightings of Elsie the Naughty Elf, keep your eyes peeled for her!
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