Their death defying shows add not just glamour, but a huge and unrivalled ‘WOW’ factor to events all over the world!From the Masters of Dirt FMX arena shows in Europe, to the UK’s Arena X, to main stages at Reading and Leeds festivals with mainstream rock band ‘Fall Out Boy’, a previous tour with metal band ‘Motorhead’ and a number of live TV shows for ITV.Established in 1906 as a result of demand from local parents we have been offering Excellence in Education for over 110 years.Our School’s location in the heart of Sussex is just a five minute walk from Burgess Hill railway station (on the London to Brighton line) and has easy access to the A23 and M23.The Fuel Girls bring a diverse range of skills and talents to the show!To keep our performances fresh, we are always working with new props, skills and ideas and train hard to create exciting, unique stage shows.THE FUEL GIRLS have performed at venues all over the world, from the Playboy Mansion LA, to the Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas, 02 Arena London, Wembley Stadium London, Echo Arena Liverpool, Wiener Stadthalle Vienna, Messe Zurich, Warsaw Stadium and more.Their large scale arena shows see them perform with huge fire props like swords, whips, crowns of fire, arena-scale rings of fire, dragon canes, fire wands, pyro poi, pyro staff, double staff, spinning fire cube and pyramid and the biggest of them all, Yusura’s giant fire cube, which is hoisted into the air whilst she performs inside it.
Bell called Demitra's mother, Erin Ellison, who said she was terrified when she heard about the attack and rushed home from work.
when a dog began circling around the kids and attacked Demitra.
Cherie Bell, the family's babysitter of nine years, was inside with a younger child and came out to help.
The Grade 5 student was already afraid of dogs before the attack, so when she first saw the dog she went inside to ask her babysitter to come outside with her.
Demitra Ellison was waiting with four other children outside her family's home on Alex Taylor Drive in Transcona shortly after 8 a.m.
"Based on a witness observation, Animal Services believes the dog is not at large, and at home, and that it was a minor attack," the email reads.