In a mammoth feat of fundraising, volunteers raised an enormous £6,000 in November, walking barefoot across 20ft of burning wood embers in support of community food growing projects in East London.
The WEN firewalk was held in the grounds of St Matthias Community Centre on Tuesday 19th November.
As night falls on Tuesday 19th Nov thirty brave volunteers will walk across 20 feet of burning hot coals to raise money for the Tower Hamlets Food Growing Network.
Come and support them!
As well as the firewalk there will be live music, hot mince pies, spiced cider and apple juice, THFGN stall, community seed library, and a ravishing raffle – all in the glorious grounds of St Matthias Community Centre in Poplar.
Do something extraordinary
Raise money for charity
We’re looking for courageous volunteers to walk across 20ft of burning coals on Tue 19th November to raise money for the Tower Hamlets Food Growing Network*; a local project that promotes and supports urban community food gardens in East London.
The Network aims to make it easy for people to [...]
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