Survivorbility runs the UK's most northerly fire walk, raising over £3,500 for SPCA

Adapted from an article in the John'O'Groats Journal by Elizabeth-Anne Mackay

The UK's most northerly charity fire walk, for SPCA charity

The UK's most northerly charity fire walk, for SPCA charity

Fearless animal-lovers took part in the county's first fire walk at the weekend to raise more than £3500 for the SPCA's Balmore Animal Welfare Centre. Twenty-nine volunteers hot-footed it across a bed of red-hot embers at temperatures reaching 700 degrees Celcius during Saturday nights daunting challenge to generate much needed funds.

The SPCA charity fire walk was a 'euphoric' experience

"It's the most northerly fire walk that's ever been done, so that in itself has put us on the map," said one fire walker. Mrs Mackay, who also endured the hot coals said the experience had been "euphoric" adding that the feeling of achievement she had gained from the fire walk was difficult to put into words. "The night was amazing," she said. "It was something that you really had to experience to know how it felt

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