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Thursday, July 18, 2024

Fearless fundraisers needed to take the heat for Rainbow Hub

Do you and your work colleagues have what it takes to complete Rainbow Hub’s hottest challenge and walk bare foot over glowing coals?

Fearless fundraisers are invited to take part in the Rainbow Hub Fire Walk.

The event, supported by Fletchers Solicitors, takes place on Saturday, July 6 at the Highfield Restaurant, Southport Road, Croston, PT26 9JB, with registration starting at 7.30pm and the Fire Walk at 9.30pm.

Fire-walking is an ancient tradition and a rite of passage in many cultures. It involves walking on a bed of hot coals or embers and has been used for centuries to test physical and mental limits. Millions of people have done it safely all around the world.

The Fire Walk will be run by a certified fire walk Instructor and film maker, Chris Jones (pictured) who has led hundreds safely across the coals over the last decade.

Chris, who originates from Wigan, is taking a break from Mission: Impossible where he is directing second unit to lead this fire walk!

Everyone will be trained ahead of the walk and this is a perfect way to challenge yourself, have fun with your friends and family or bond with your work team whilst raising
vital funds to help children and young people with physical and neurological disabilties.

The minimum age to take part is 16 years and the sign-up fee is £30. Rainbow Hub is asking entrants to raise a minimum of £200 sponsorship.

For more information or to confirm that you would like to take part, contact:
[email protected] to take part.

Helen Greaney
Helen Greaney
If you have interesting things happening at your company in Lancashire, I'm the news editor here and I'd love to hear it. I'm a senior journalist with more than 18 years' experience in local, regional and national newspapers, as well as in digital PR.


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