When Bill Hargreaves was born in Australia in 1919, he weighed just two and a half pounds. His parents were told that, because he had cerebral palsy, he would ''never walk or work or wed''. Bill's remarkable life defied the doctor's diagnosis. Bill became a campaigner for disabled people's right to work. It was the start of his pioneering work, which was to open up employment, recreation and travel to vast numbers of disabled people both in this country and many others around the world.