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FOOT-TAPPING: The Happy Valley Rhythm Boys, from the Tyseley bus depot, keep the tempo going with music hall songs along the route; WALK HEROES: Batman, Catwoman and Robin, alias Glenis Buck, of Ward End, with sons Jason and Simon; BROLLY GOOD DAY: Evening shift workers from Cadbury's kept the rain off and smiled through the big trek; SOGGY going for Mahatma Gandhi look-alike Rajnikant Sidpra, who walked barefoot through the mud at Sarehole Mill.; ABOVE: Showing a leg - the Billesley Belies, a group of mothers from Billesley School who donned uniforms for their fun contribution; RIGHT: Faith, symbol of the first Walkathon, receives the pounds 200,000 cheque for charity Jrom
Coun Peter Hollingworth at a special show night