A WREXHAM woman is about to complete her fourth firework to give back to the charity that gave her a "lifeline."

Tanya Jones was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer back in 2018 which resulted in multiple treatments at Wrexham Maelor Hospital's Shooting Star Unit.

After being in their care, Tanya is more motivated than ever to continue raising crucial funds for the team that took care of her while she battled the debilitating disease.

On Sunday, December 3 at the Red Lion in Marchwiel, Tanya will be hosting her fourth charity firewalk to give back to a cause very close to her heart after completing her first one in December 2019.

Tanya's Just Giving page can be viewed here.

The Leader: The 2022 firewalking group of which some people are returning this year.The 2022 firewalking group of which some people are returning this year. (Image: Tanya Jones)

She said: "Having received treatment there and still being in their care I wanted to give something back to them for giving me a lifeline with chemotherapy, operations and radiotherapy over the years.

"My mission by the end of next year, 2024 is to have raised £25K for the charity and after 3 events already hosted, we are roughly at £13,500 with gift aid which is amazing.


"I am eternally grateful to all walkers taking part and for the help to make the event a success."

A total of 27 walkers will be taking part in the event which will be run by Honu Firewalks. Tanya praises them for being "amazing" at getting the group to feel empowered and motivated to walk across the coals.

As well as kindly receiving donations for the raffle by local companies, Sure2please has also made t-shirts for the event.