Over 20 people plucked up the courage to walk barefoot across burning hot embers in the annual Fire Walk, cheered on by hundreds of supporters.
First across was bass-guitarist Mark King of Level 42, who took the unique walking challenge with ease following a ‘learn or burn’ motivational seminar which was delivered to all of those involved.
If that wasn’t wild enough, a similar daredevil walk was held earlier in the evening seeing men and women of all ages walk across 2000 broken wine bottles.
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The event was held in aid of Beaulieu House, a repsite centre for children on the Isle of Wight, of which Mark King is patron of.
Further details about the festival can be found at www.isleofwightwalkingfestival.co.uk.