GALLERY: Sisters have their hair cut for the Little Princess charity and the BIlly Lee Stand on My Own Two Feet Fund
- Credit: Archant
Three sisters raised more than £1,000 when they had their locks cut off to make wigs for children with cancer and to raise money for our Billy Lee Stand on My Own Two Feet charity.
The trio had their waist length hair trimmed back to bobs and within just a week of making the decision the girls raised £550.
Their final fund raising total was £1,038.
The Williams sisters of Shannon, 11, Ellie-Shae, nine, and Kacey, six, are now enjoying their shorter styles.
Their mum Sherie said: “They had so much support, some from people we didn’t even know. We want to thank everybody for donating. They did really well.
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“School teachers from Nene and Ramnoth supported them well to. It’s been a real success.”
The idea began after Mrs Williams’ niece had her hair cut for the Little Princess charity.
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