March man braves the shave in honour of mum of two who died from cancer

PUBLISHED: 14:46 07 November 2016 | UPDATED: 14:46 07 November 2016

Chris Plumb after having his head shaved for charity.

Chris Plumb after having his head shaved for charity.

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A March man who works as a team leader at Tesco Express raised £635 for charity by having his head shaved.

Chris Plumb having his head shaved for charity.Chris Plumb having his head shaved for charity.

Chris Plumb, 32, braved the shave at the store on Friday to raise money in memory of a mum of two who died from germ cell cancer.

Natalie, who was engaged to Ritchie, had worked at Tesco Express in Dogsthorpe.

Chris, who wanted to help set up an appeal for Natalie, volunteered to shed his locks.

Money was also raised from a raffle.

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Sponsor forms are available from Tesco Express in Broad Street, March.


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