Firewalking is an exciting way to achieve something you never ever thought you would and raising money for a great cause at same time! It’s about facing your fears and taking those magical steps to complete empowerment.
We are looking for courageous, inspiring women – and that’s you, no excuses - to face their fears and walk a short distance, 15ft to be exact, across the soft glowing, smouldering hot coals. It may sound tough but it’s perfectly safe. You may even be encouraged to have more than one go!
Some people say they feel the heat through their soles, others say it’s freezing cold – have a go for yourself and see which one you feel. Whichever it is, it certainly won’t be a feeling you’ll forget!
Entry is £35 because as you can imagine an event of this nature is expensive to organise. We ask you to try to raise at least £150 in sponsorship and you can then take your entry fee from your sponsorship money.
WHAT HAPPENS ON THE DAY?
As a Firewalker you will receive full training an hour before the Firewalk. During this time you will be motivated and your mindset and confidence built to complete the challenge.
The Firewalk and the training seminar are organised and conducted by Firewalk UK, one of the Uk’s leading Firewalk companies. so don’t worry, you’ll be in safe hands!
The Firewalk takes place after the Great Girlie Gala which is open from 10am til 4pm. The training seminar will start at 5pm and the Firewalk at 6pm.
If you can walk on fire, you can do anything!
For more information download the guidelines below,
provided by UK Firewalk
Sign up today using the Registration and Information Document below
A single mum from Rotherham is the inspiration behind a social enterprise to help other women build confidence and self-esteem, after enduring her own personal tragedy.
Julie Hampshire has established an organisation called Girlie Gatherings to help other women become more confident. And she has just received £9,000 from the National Lottery to put on a ‘Great Girlie Gala’ in Rotherham next March to celebrate International Women’s Day.