With grateful thanks to our generous sponsors
Hot-Foot it across burning embers with our Fearless Firewalkers
On Saturday 11 December, we’ll be holding our first ever Firewalk! We’re looking for 100 brave SOLES to take on the heat and help us to reach our fundraising target of £10,000.
You’ll receive full training to learn the secret of walking on fire by Scott Bell (twice Guinness World Record holder for the greatest distance walked on fire) from UK Firewalk. Scott will teach you how to keep your cool when you face your fears and walk across hot embers with a temperature of over 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit!
Buxton Riding School, Fern Road, Buxton SK17 9NP
A huge thank you to Louise & Dave for hosting this event
Saturday 11 December 2021
- 6pm: Venue opens for Registration, as well as food & drink stalls
- 7pm: Training begins
- 8pm: Firewalk starts
- 9.30pm: Approx finish
£20 registration fee (payable in advance)
We are asking our Fearless Firewalkers to raise a target sponsorship of £100 per person
You must be over 12 years old to take part in this challenge. Under 18s should be accompanied by a parent or guardian on the night
To book your place now, click on the link below:
Once you have booked your place, we will send you a confirmation email with full details of how to begin your fundraising.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact email@example.com or call 07540 979683 for further details.
Peter is a local 11 year old boy who was first diagnosed with Neuroblastoma in January 2019. After a year of intensive treatments, Peter was given the all clear in February 2020. However, devastatingly he relapsed in August 2020 after being clear of the disease for 6 months.
His family are fundraising to pay for further treatment (not available in the UK) to get Peter back into remission, and to try and keep the cancer away.
On The Night
Family and friends are welcome to come along and support you on the evening
There is no parking on site. Please park at the Market Place carparks (free after 6pm). Its a 15 minute stroll along London Road to get to the venue (we recommend that you bring a torch, as part of the road is unlit).