Unfortunately due to complications, we have had to postpone the Derby Firewalk until further notice. We really appreciate the support everyone has given the event in the past month or so. We will keep you updated when a new date has been set for the event, so like our Facebook page to keep up with the latest news.
A fire walk will see you walking over hot coals at 1200 degrees Fahrenheit. It’s a case of mind over matter. Think you can handle the heat?
Annabels Angels and Pace Derby have teamed up together to hold a sponsored fire-walk event in Derby. It will take place on Saturday 21 June 2014 at 2.00 at the Market Place.
Firewalking can help you realise your potential. It can help you to establish a sense of meaning, purpose and set and achieve your goals.
You’ll receive full training and a health and safety induction beforehand. The event is open to people over the age of 18. Full training and safety briefing will take place directly before the event. It's free to enter for all on the basis that each participant will raise sponsorship with all the proceeds supporting Annabel's Angels.
Simon Hancox of Annabel’s Angels explains: “To be involved in the fire walk is fantastic, it’s a brilliant opportunity for people to try something new, daring and challenging while raising funds to support patients and families living with cancer in Derby at the same time.”
Registration for the event is through LocalGiving - for more details on how to register and to view a disclaimer for the event - click here.
Annabel’s Angels is a charitable organisation aiming to raise funds to increase the quality of life for patients and families living with cancer in Derby.
P.A.C.E Derby (Promote Ability Community Enterprise) is a Community Interest Company which supports people living with a disability by developing their abilities in a creative environment.
We hope to see you there!