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Daredevils take on fire walk at Kelham Hall and Country Park to raise money for the Children’s Bereavement Centre




A sponsored fire walk in aid of the Children’s Bereavement Centre took place at the Kelham Hall Firework extravaganza on Saturday evening.

The rain stopped in time for the fire lighting by a director of the charity Kate Baxter and 45 minutes later, 25 brave souls walked across hot coals all to raise money for the centre.

All the participants had to attend a motivational seminar beforehand which was delivered by Scott Bell, twice holder of the Guinness World record for the greatest fire-walking distance, before taking a deep breath and walking across five metres of smouldering coals.



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