The Firewalk which is raising funds for Salisbury Hospice Charity has had to be postponed.
Originally scheduled to take place on Thursday 25th of February this year, the event will be pushed back to later in the year due to ongoing restrictions because of the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Lots of people have already signed up to take on the challenge alongside the team of Salisbury Radio daredevils, including Matt Rogers from breakfast.
Signup will now stay open, so if you fancy taking on the challenge of walking over 550-degree hot coals and raising money for Salisbury Hospice Charity head over to their website – www.salisburyhospicecharity.org.uk
To enable you to complete this unique mind-over-matter challenge all fire walkers will undergo a one-hour training session from Scott Bell, the twice Guinness World Record holder for the ‘Greatest Fire Walking Distance’ by walking 328 feet on burning coals.
During this time you will be motivated and build the confidence to complete the challenge. Then, to the beat of the drum, it will be time for you to take up your firewalk.
Whether a firewalk is already on your bucket list or is something you’ve never considered doing before, Firewalking is an exhilarating way to challenge yourself to do something different and support Salisbury Hospice in its 40th anniversary year.
Registration is £30 per person and it’s asked that you raise a minimum of £150 in sponsorship.
For more information, and to register please visit: www.salisburyhospicecharity.org.uk