Chamber President Jude Thompson will find himself literally walking on hot coals next month
04 Feb 2020
Published in: Member News
Jude along with several other supporters will be attempting to Fire Walk at The Black Country Living Museum, all in aid of raising funds for Acorns Children’s Hospice.
Black Country Chamber President Jude Thompson will find himself literally walking on hot coals next month as he takes part in the ‘Night at the Museum Fire Walk’.
Jude, along with Chamber Chief Exec, Corin Crane, and several other supporters will be attempting to fire walk at The Black Country Living Museum, all in aid of Acorns Children’s Hospice.
The experience has been sold as an exhilarating experience and its hope Jude’s feet will survive as he plans to take part in another charity challenge in April!.
Jude will be joining fellow Chamber members, West Bromwich Albion, as he takes part in the ‘Baggies Bike Challenge 2020.’
The 170 mile bike trek will start from Hull City on the 1st April and finish up back at The Hawthorns on the 4th April.
Money raised from this event will go to the The Albion Foundation.
Jude is a true ambassador for getting Black Country Businesses together and enjoys collaborations - working together helping to raise money for the local community.
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