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Bonfire Night & Firewalk

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Join Notts Royal Society for the Blind (NRSB) for a thrilling Bonfire Night experience you’ll never forget! Walk on Fire, Feel no Pain!

This fantastic Firewalk event will be held at the prestigious venue of Nottingham Castle. You have the opportunity to take part in what can be a truly life changing experience as, after taking part in a two hour motivational empowerment workshop, you will walk across 20ft of embers burning at over 800 degrees Fahrenheit without experiencing any pain or injury!

The night will be topped off with a truly fantastic Firework Finale. Spectator tickets are also available. As well as watching the awesome Firewalk and Fireworks there will be mouth-watering food stalls, Castle Rock Brewery bar, live music and a variety of entertainment.

Registration for the Firewalk is £10 (2-4-1 discount deal if you register with a friend) and minimum sponsorship is £99 per person.

Spectator tickets: £10 Adult, £7 Concession, £4 Children, £25 Family Ticket (2 Adults, 3 Children) Tickets have sold out in previous years so please buy yours in advance to avoid disappointment.

For more information or to request a registration pack please call the NRSB Fundraising Department on 0115 9706806 or email.

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