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Brownies step out for prize.

A BROWNIE pack has won pounds 1,000 in a prize draw for entrants to this year's Coventry Walkathon.

The walkathon, starting and finishing at War Memorial Park, took place in May and the winning ticket belonged to the 59th Brownies, based in Earlsdon.

A total of 30 Brownies took part in the walkathon and raised pounds 500. The winning ticket was picked by Lord Mayor John Gazey.

The group's total entitled them to 50 tickets in the draw, which took place at the studios of Kix 96, in Watch Close, off Spon Street, city centre.

Walkathon organiser Reg Brown said: "We would like to thank everyone who took part in this year's Walkathon and next year's event, which takes place on May 15, promises to be even better still."

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D22550_1. PRIZE DRAW: Leofric Lions president Trevor Johnson, Lord Mayor John Gazey, Walkathon organiser Reg Brown and Kix 96 DJ Mark Wallis with the winning ticket. Picture: JAMES BALFOUR
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Oct 22, 2004
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