Teen Tia’s fire walk

A 14 year old girl walked on fire to raise funds for the gymnastics club which helped her disabilities.

Tia Louise Kemp, who suffers from Hypermobility EDS (Ehlers Danlos Syndrome) and scoliosis, led her friends over scorching hot coals.

The Lordswood resident wanted to raise money for Gillingham Gymnastics Club which has trained her and taken her to competitions across the UK. Tia has an extremely high pain threshold so decided to wow the crowds at a fun day.  Stalls were set up at the club at Hopewell Drive, Chatham.  There was also a raffle, refreshments and gym coaches on hand if anyone wanted to try acrobatics.  Friends and family got involved in the fire walk and the money raised will go towards a new sprung floor for the club.

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