5th November @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Would you walk over hot coals for East Kent Mencap? This Bonfire Night, we’re inviting our boldest supporters to take part in a sizzling challenge to raise funds for people with a learning disability.
Buster’s Firewalk will take place at Kent County Cricket Ground in Canterbury on Monday 5th November and will be followed by a spectacular fireworks display. The event will be hosted by UK Firewalk, one of the UK’s leading firewalking companies. Walkers will be trained by Scott Bell, who holds two Guinness World Records for the greatest distance walked on fire, they will then walk across hot coals with a temperature over 1000 degrees Fahrenheit! All participants will go through a motivational psychology seminar designed to equip you with the resources to complete the firewalk unharmed and you’ll be in safe and experienced hands
throughout the challenge. Your entry includes a FREE ticket to the fireworks night spectacular following the event at the home of Kent Cricket. Spectators can purchase tickets at a discounted rate to watch the fireworks by using the code: FIRE18
Do you think you have what it takes? We have a discount code for anyone who’d like to take up our challenge and raise money to support our services. Simply enter: FIRE18 on the online booking form when you sign up. Participants must be ages 18 or over. For further details and to sign up visit the KM Charity Team website.