FAMILY and friends of the late Louise Levine took to the streets of London on Saturday night.
They participated in MoonWalk 2016 in her memory on the 20th anniversary of her death from breast cancer at the age of 42.
And the generous 75 donned bras, as is tradition on the MoonWalks, which raises funds for Breast Cancer Research.
Their participation was organised by Louise's children, Emma Schock and Adam Levine - aged 12 and 11 respectively when she died.
And, so far, they have raised nearly £4,000.
Louise's sister-in-law Joy Stewart said: "Louise was born and bred in Didsbury, but moved to Hale when she married.
"Louise had battled the disease for seven years at a time when research was in its early stages."
Among those taking part were Emma and husband Alex Schock, Adam and fiancé Natalie Gardner, Louise's husband Charles and his wife Caroline, Joy and her husband Michael, Louise's sister-in-law Sandra Stewart, nieces and nephews and many friends.
They all walked either the full or half-marathon through the streets of the capital.
Louise's mum, 87-year-old Elga, of Hale Barns, and Louise's brother Barry stood along the route, cheering on all the walkers in the early hours of the morning.