VIDEO: Worthing Birdman 2010 '“ Kingfisher class

CHARITY flyers dressed in wacky costumes are always a bit hit at Worthing Birdman.

Click on the panel above to see video filmed of the Kingfisher charity flyers by the Worthing Birdman team and the Worthing Herald.

Kingfishers are:

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Benchmark: Councillor James Doyle.

Top Sparrow: David Alloway and Adam Rogers for Cancer Research UK.

People's choice winners: Dean Towers and Brian Russell for Butterflies Breast Cancer care.

The Flyerboyz: Chris Gray and Oli Gay from Face Media for the RNLI.

Owl and the Pussycat: Anthony and Deborah Pitt for Chestnut Tree House.

High School Musical: Andrew Sparsis for Love Your Hospitals.

Lady Penelope and Parker: Barry Fisher and Gary Symonds for Macmillan Cancer Trust.

Swan Lake: Jeremy Ransom and Chris Oakley for St Barnabas House and Chestnut Tree House hospices.

Batman and Robin: Rya Hodgson and Paul Rymer for Cancer Research.

Kingfisher winner: Paul Kearney, the octopus.

Rambo: Joel Hicks for Rainbows Chlidren's Hospice.

The Italian Job: James Nugent Harvey for the Rocking Horse Charity.

Penelope Pitstop: Sam Hallett for Love Your Hospital.

WADARS: Elaine Sinclair and Chris Niall for WADARS.

Dustman Kev: Kevin Skepper raising money for lighting in a park in Broadwater.

Batman and Robin: Mark Dallen and Oliver Lyons for St Barnabas House.

Dangermouse and Penfold: Helen Boxall and Joanne Reeves for Worthing Churches Homeless Projects.

Haggis 'N' Deepz the Scottish-Flavoured Synchronised Flying Divers: Dougie Holmes and Stephen McLeod.

Juice FM Rocket: Guy Lloyd for Chestnut Tree House.

Cycloplane 2: Mark Hilder and Matt Day for Chestnut Tree House.

See the six-page Worthing Birdman picture special in the Thursday, August 19 edition of the Worthing Herald.

To see video of the Worthing Birdman Leonardo flyers click here.

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