Hospice challenges the district to walk over broken glass for the terminally ill (From East London and West Essex Guardian Series)
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Hastingwood hospice dares the district to walk over fire and glass for charity
Ever told someone that you would walk over hot coals for them? How about broken glass?
Well, now is your chance to prove it. St Clare Hospice, Hastingwood, is giving the district’s dare devils the chance to brave fire underneath their feet, whilst raising money for charity.
The Fire and Ice Walk, which will be held at the hospice, on February 21, will give fearless fundraisers the chance to walk over wood embers burning at 800 degrees, or a stretch of broken glass.
Grace Clutton, events manager, said that the hospice, which provides end of life care for residents throughout the district, is looking for local people to come along and show their support.
She said: “The Fire and Ice walk is a great way to raise money for the hospice, so we would love for people from the district to get involved.
“It is quite a challenge, something really different.” Anyone daring enough to take on the task, should call the fundraising team on 01279 773 750.
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