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Fire walks help raise money for charity

PUBLISHED: 15:00 24 March 2010 | UPDATED: 15:45 05 October 2010

Yasmeen Stratton and Rhian Mclaren take a hot stroll

Yasmeen Stratton and Rhian Mclaren take a hot stroll

Carmen Valino

DARING souls didn t tiptoe around last night when taking part in a hot challenge in aid of charity at the heart of London s financial world.

DARING souls didn't tiptoe around last night when taking part in a hot challenge in aid of charity at the heart of London's financial world.

They hotfooted across 15 feet of 800°C burning embers on Broadgate square at the back of Liverpool Street Station in the City.

It was all in aid of Victim Support, a charity supporting victims and witnesses of crimes across the capital. The charity hopes to raise between £14-15,000 from last night's event.


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