Plaits are slashed for children’s wigs

PUBLISHED: 15:00 19 June 2014

Dennese Seymore who donated her long locks with lecturer Leane Knight, student Kirsty Bryant, lecturer Sandy Day and hair coordinator Sandra Bull holding other donations of hair for the Trust.

Dennese Seymore who donated her long locks with lecturer Leane Knight, student Kirsty Bryant, lecturer Sandy Day and hair coordinator Sandra Bull holding other donations of hair for the Trust.

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A GROUP of Weston women bravely shaved off their long locks or chopped off their pony tails to donate to the Little Princess Trust.

Jade Collier and Charliee Atkins who have helped raise over £600 for the charity.Jade Collier and Charliee Atkins who have helped raise over £600 for the charity.

Ladies gathered in the atrium of Weston College to give up their hair for the charity which provides wigs for young girls undergoing chemotherapy.

Jade Collier and Charlie Atkins already had a short haircut, so they shaved theirs in order to raise some money for the cause.

Pictured are Dennese Seymore who donated her long locks with lecturer Leane Knight, student Kirsty Bryant, lecturer Sandy Day and hair coordinator Sandra Bull holding other donations of hair for the Trust.

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