March teenager Keira gets the chop for charity
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Teenager, Keira Evans, 13, had her hair cut off at a March hairdressing salon to make wig for a children’s cancer charity,
Keira and her mother Joanne Evans joined forces with Claire’s Hairdresser in Burrowmoor Road in a bid to raise £350 for the Little Princess Trust.
Her mum Joanne said: “My friend’s son is battling with cancer. It’s heart breaking to see such a beautiful little boy be so poorly, yet he’s always smiling.”
Keira had her hair measured and weighed. It was then placed into a food bag to keep clean before being sent to The Princess Trust to go to China.
It takes five hair donations to make one wig.
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Claire Baker, owner of Claire’s hair salon, said: “It’s a good charity and will help a lot of children.”
For more information on Keira’s campaign visit www.virginmoneygiving.com/keiraevanshairdonation16.
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