Hot-foot over coals to help the hospice
A DARING fire walk in aid of a children's charity will take place for the first time in Marazion next month.
Volunteers are being challenged to walk across hot coal, braving temperatures of up to 800C in order to support Children's Hospice South West (CHSW).
The charity is hoping to inspire 50 local people to face their fears and get involved in the ancient tradition.
Event fundraiser at Little Harbour, Sarah Stott, said: "We are really excited to be holding a firewalk event at Marazion. With the spectacular St Michael's Mount lit up in the background, it really will be an evening not to be missed. Places are limited, so I would urge anyone who is interested in taking part to sign up as soon as possible to guarantee their spot."
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The challenge is being held at Marazion Beach on Wednesday, October 16.
Friends and family are being invited to come along to support their loved ones and enjoy food available from the Godolphin Arms, as well as music and entertainment on the beach.
Anyone wishing to take part must pay £20 to register and raise a minimum of £125 from sponsorship.
For more details visit www.chsw.org.uk or call 01726 871800.
All of the money raised will go towards the families using Little Harbour, one of CHSW's three hospices, in St Austell.