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Sponsored Firewalk by Rainbow Trust

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Lumley Castle
Chester Le Street
County Durham
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Rainbow Trust Children's Charity holds a sponsored Firewalk at Lumley Castle in Chester Le Street. Participants will be asked to seek sponsorship in recognition of this challenge, and all profits will go straight to Rainbow Trust.

Each participant is required to pay 25 to guarantee their place. We ask that each walker raises a minimum of 150 in sponsorship. Proceeds from this event will help us to continue to support families with a very sick child.

If you would like further information please do email me or call: 01372 363 438.

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