A weekly newspaper editor braved a firewalk across hot coals to raise money for charity.
The hospice is the Gazette’s charity of the year, and Leo was part of an 80-strong group who braved the challenge.
The firewalk was held at the University of Kent, in Canterbury, on Monday night.
Said Leo: “Over the years I’ve had to abseil off of 120ft buildings, zoom down zip wires and make a fool of myself by unsuccessfully trying to run across a swimming pool in a giant plastic ball.
“A firewalk was the natural next step until someone told me that human skin melts at 300°C.
“I fought the fear and managed to make it across without falling over, my clothes catching fire and becoming a burden on the local NHS.”