Hot stuff at St Albans fire walk

PUBLISHED: 17:54 18 March 2015

Saracens rugby players (L-R) Marcelo Bosch, James Johnston, Jim Hamilton and Chris Ashton with Mount Vernon cancer centre fundraiser Liz Hizli promoting the East & North Hertfordshire NHS Trust charity fundraising fire walk

Saracens rugby players (L-R) Marcelo Bosch, James Johnston, Jim Hamilton and Chris Ashton with Mount Vernon cancer centre fundraiser Liz Hizli promoting the East & North Hertfordshire NHS Trust charity fundraising fire walk

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Fundraiser Liz Hizli is hoping to get a lift from the success of a charitable Fire Walk taking place in St Albans next week.

She was joined by four Old Albanian rugby players to promote the event at Woollams in Harpenden Road in aid of the Mount Vernon Centre Charitable Fund where the former Grove House fundraiser now works.

It is being held next Thursday, March 26, and participants will be invited to walk barefoot over 15ft of hot coals.

Anyone who would like to take part should contact Liz on 01923 844455.

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