Appeal for Firewalk participants

Things are hotting up for the MS Society as The Centre, in Livingston has launched an appeal to enlist volunteers to take part in a Firewalk to raise vital funds in its name.

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a condition of the central nervous system causing a range of symptoms. Around 100,000 people have the condition, which stays with you for life. We don’t know the cause and we haven’t yet found a cure, but research is progressing fast.

Now the Livingston  shopping mall has launched its campaign to enlist big-hearted fundraisers to tackle the mind-over-matter stunt in order to collect much-needed donations for its national charity of the year. The Blaze Firewalk Challenge is a unique and safe event that seeks to increase confidence and self-esteem whilst also breaking through limiting beliefs and conditioning.

The event will take place at 6.30 pm on the evening of Thursday 27th February with a training session prior to the walk followed by a debrief and presentation of certificates.

David Carson, director of The Centre in Livingston, said: “The Firewalk is a fantastic opportunity to challenge yourself and your fears whilst raising valuable funds for the MS Society. We’re looking forward to receiving applications and thank everyone in advance for helping us make a real difference.”

Those interested in taking part need to fill out a registration form with a £25 non-refundable deposit and raise a minimum of £75 which will be collected on the night. For more information, email

One thought on “Appeal for Firewalk participants”

  1. Gutted I missed out on this by only a few weeks. When Will you be doing your next one?

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