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Our presenter Kylie Pentelow interviews Ben Hammond from Wiltshire after he completed his challenge of dancing from John of Groats to Land's End to raise awareness of human rights issues in Burma.
His feat was not without incident....
- 30,000 dance partners along the way
- 3 million dance steps by Ben alone
- 900 miles
- £40,000 raised for charity
- First ever John O'Groats-Lands End dance
35 year-old teacher Ben Hammond finally arrived in Lands End on Saturday 27 July after dancing from John O'Groats.
A teacher will finally finish dancing from John O'Groats to Land's End on Saturday.
Ben Hammond took on the rather bizarre challenge to raise awareness of human rights issues in Burma.
It's been quite an adventure for the energetic dancer, and one that very nearly cost him his life, as our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy has been finding out:
A charity fundraiser who has been dancing the length of Britain is in Cornwall and nearing the end of his challenge.
Ben Hammond started his 1,400 mile mission last year to raise awareness of human rights issues in Burma. It's hoped the man in a tutu will arrive at his destination at Land's End tomorrow - this shot of the team was taken in the shadow of St Michael's Mount this morning.
A teacher who's dancing 1,400 miles from John O'Groats to Land's End for charity is nearing the end of his challenge.
Ben Hammond wants to raise awareness of human rights issues in Burma.
He set off from Scotland last year in a neon yellow tutu, and was out of action for a while after being hit by a drink-driver.
A man who's dancing 1,400 miles across Britain is back on the road after recovering from being run over by a drink-driver.
Ben Hammond still bears the scars, but was determined to complete his journey for Burmese refugees.
Wesley Smith caught up with him: