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Walking on hot coals in Bradford for a very good cause
9:00am Monday 23rd September 2013 in News
Fundraisers walked across hot coals to raise cash for a charity that helps youngsters with cancer.
Workers and friends of the Gumption Centre, Glyde House, Bradford, performed the firewalk, some up to five times, to raise £3,500 for the Little Heroes charity which helps youngsters battling cancer.
Kate Lawton, who works at the centre, said: “Firewalk went really well.
“Myself and six colleagues, and also my son who was celebrating his 21st birthday on the day, actually did the walk five times.
“The atmosphere was electric, lots of family and friends came to support us, and in total we have raised a massive £3,500 for the Little Heroes charity.
“This was quite literally walking on hot coals for the Little Heroes charity.”
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