A CHARITY walk with a difference is being offered to fearless Keighley people.

Over-18s are being urged to walk across burning embers to raise money for Hope for Tomorrow.

The charity works with Airedale NHS Trust to run a mobile cancer care bus that travels around Keighley, Skipton and the Dales.

The firewalk will be at Steeton Hall on the evening of March 13 where brave participants can be cheered along by family, friends and co-workers.

The exhilarating experience begins with a motivational two-hour session to prepare people for their walk across 20 feet of embers burning at 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit.

Proceeds from the firewalk will go towards the charity's Mobile Cancer Care Units, which administered more than 40,000 treatments in 34 locations during 2018.

Hope for Tomorrow fundraiser said: "We understand that time is a crucial factor for patients, and in 2007 we launched the world’s first Mobile Cancer Care Unit to bring vital cancer care closer to patients, enabling them to spend more time with family, friends and loved ones.

"We develop, build, provide and maintain MCCUs to support patients who are going through cancer treatment by alleviating the stresses and strains of travelling for appointments, along with reducing hospital waiting times."

Hope for Tomorrow began its partnership with the NHS in Gloucestershire in 2007, and currently has units based in at least 10 counties.

The charity won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category in 2016.

Visit hopefortomorrow.org.uk/firewalk-can-you-handle-the-heatto sign up for the event.