Can you handle the heat? The Festival of Fire is coming to Surrey

Surrey’s hottest event, The Festival of Fire is coming to The Children’s Trust, Tadworth on 17 November. Fearless fundraisers are invited to sign up to take on the event’s hot coal walk while friends and family can cheer them on from the side-lines and enjoy the festival’s atmosphere. The main attraction of the event, the Fire Walk, consists of 4-5 metres of hot coal that brave participants will take on to raise money for The Children’s Trust, the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injury. Walkers will receive full training and a briefing before taking on the challenge. Those watching their loved ones take on the challenge can enjoy a range of family attractions including live music, retro games, shopping stalls, refreshments, face painting and a free activity passport for children. Tracy Poulton, fundraising manager at The Children’s Trust said: “The Festival of Fire is an opportunity for people to get together, to take on an individual or team challenge, and to have a bit of fun! It will be a great evening out for the whole family with even more fiery surprises to be announced. “40,000 children are left with a brain injury each year and without fundraising challenges like this we wouldn’t be able to reach out to and support as many of these children and their families as we do.” Festival of Fire opens at 6pm.  Adult entry £5, child entry £2.50. Registration for the coal walk £25, minimum sponsorship is £125 (age restrictions apply). To register for the walk or to buy tickets to the festival .

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