Take part in the hottest, shortest sponsored walk!
Join CHSW for an event that will push your boundaries, challenge your perceptions and make for an unforgettable evening. You will make your way along a path of hot coals, at temperatures of 1200˚F in front of the beautiful Kitley House Hotel.
The event is on the beautiful estate of Kitley House Hotel and Restaurant. Bring along friends and family to watch you complete your walk over hot coals. The restaurant will be open for food and beverages to make it a really unforgettable evening.
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Set your fundraising on fire by raising a minimum of £125 for CHSW!
Join our team of amazing fundraisers by taking part in a firewalk for CHSW. Your entry fee for our firewalk covers the cost of hosting this event but we rely on your sponsorship to help reach our target for this event!
Our fundraising teams are here to support you every step of the way, and make fundraising as easy and fun as possible. We have fundraising ideas for every occasion, how-to guides and great branded materials for you to download.
Are you brave enough to walk on hot coals?
Everyone taking part will undergo training of around one hour from UK Firewalk at 6.45pm. When the fire has burned to red-hot embers it is raked level and prepared for the walk. Participants go to the fire – remove their footwear and one by one are invited to walk the coals.
We ask you raise a minimum sponsorship of £125 to support the children and families who are cared for at one of our three hospices.
The walk is organised by UK Firewalk, the leading Firewalk organisers in the UK and the team from CHSW will also be there to cheer you on.
You will receive a one hour training session and safety briefing from Scott Bell, Guinness World record Holder and leading UK Firewalker.
Kitley House Hotel, Kitley Estate, Yealmpton, Plymouth, Devon, PL8 2NW
- 6.00pm – 6.30pm Registration
- 6.45pm - 7.45pm Training and safety briefing by Scott Bell
- 7.30pm Fire is Lit
- 8.00pm Participants walk over hot coals
- 9.00pm Certificates are given