The Fire Walk returns to ZSL London Zoo

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ZSL London Zoo is looking for brave challengers who don’t mind getting a little hot underfoot to raise funds for endangered animals around the world.

Only 35 places are available for those courageous enough to walk across fire in this challenge of a lifetime, taking place on 21 November at 6pm.Before facing the flames under the watchful eye of the expert Fire Master, challengers will first attend a “Nothing is Impossible” seminar, where they will learn different techniques to help overcome their fears.LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - NOVEMBER 15: Lydia Bright walks the Fire Walk at ZSL London Zoo to raise money for Tigers on November 15, 2012 in London, England. In A statement, Lydia Bright said: "I love animals so when I heard London Zoo were doing a fire walk to raise money for tigers I was really keen to take part. I was nervous about walking across hot coals but actually really enjoyed it, and it was for a great cause." (Photo by Alan Chapman/FilmMagic)

Friends and family are also encouraged to come along and lend their support to their fearless firewalkers. And while the challengers are preparing their minds and feet, spectators will test their daring with a torch lit tour of the Zoo, encountering animals like Komodo dragons and Asian lions after dark.

Those tough enough to be a firewalker can sign-up now at www.zsl.org/firewalk, where spectator tickets are also available and must be purchased in advance. Places are limited, and tickets are selling fast for what promises to be an adrenaline fuelled, firecracker of an evening.

 

 

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