This year Britannia Reeves will be taking part in a charity fire walk for The Rainbow Centre in Fareham on Friday 16th March. The brave soles (get it?) that will be put through this mind-over-matter challenge are – Andy Shotbolt (Director), Matt Ede (Manager), Gavin Rabbets (Driver) and Darren Creasey (Driver).
Matt Ede said, “We are facing our fears and walking 15ft on smouldering hot coals. It may sound tough, but we have been informed it is perfectly safe. Some people say they feel the heat through the soles of their feet, others say it is freezing cold.
As a firewalker we will receive full training an hour before the fire walk. During this time you will feel motivated and build the confidence to complete the challenge. The fire walk and training seminar are organised and conducted by UK Fire Walk one of the UK’s leading fire walk companies and Scott Bell twice holder of the Guinness world record for the greatest fire walking distance.”
The Rainbow Centre – The path to greater independence, hence the fire walk, inspires and supports children with Cerebral Palsy and adults with a stroke, MS and Parkinson’s, adult Cerebral Palsy, Head Injury and their families. Through a system of learning called Conductive Education they encourage and teach the children/participants to take an active role in their own development.
If anyone would love to donate some pennies towards such a great course please follow the link https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/BritanniaReeves. They are so grateful for all your support, as they rely on voluntary donations to support those who benefit from their services.