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Staff, customers and visiting musicians who regularly play at Georges Bar, in March, spent Sunday evening overcoming self preservation instincts as they willingly took part in a Fire Walk.
The aim was to raise cash for needy kids during the annual Children In Need weekend.
Organisers from the Manchester company Survivability lit the fire at 4pm; the motivational training
took an hour and resulted in all 22 participants being awarded with a certificate of achievement.
Training included breaking wood with bare hands and snapping arrows in the soft flesh at the base
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of the throat.
An estimated £2,000 is expected to have been raised as the cash is collected from
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According to one of the helpers, Mo Stewart, “Pudsey was very scared and needed a lot of encouragement from the crowd of 100 adults and children, who had gathered to watch this rare spectacle and Pudsey eventually walked across the hot