Three sisters have already raised £550 for the Billy Lee Stand On My Own Two Feet appeal - before their own Big Day arrives
- Credit: Archant
Three sisters are having their locks cut off to make wigs for children with cancer and to also raise money for our Billy Lee Stand on My Own Two Feet charity.
The trio are having their waist length hair trimmed back to short bobs and within just a week of making the decision the girls have already raised £550.
The Williams sisters of Shannon, 11, Ellie-Shae, nine, and Kacey, six, will be having their hair cut next month and are already excited about the idea.
Their mum Sherie said: “My niece had her hair cut for the Little Princess charity so the girls knew about it. Their hair is so long but they are all happy to go ahead. They insist they all want to do it.
“They usually only have a short trim so this will be quite a big thing for them. They are going to suddenly look very grown up. I’m so proud of them for offering to do this for other people.”
You may also want to watch:
The big hair cut day for the Nene Infants and Ramonth Junior pupils will be next month at Reflections hairdressers.
Anybody wishing to help can drop donations into the salon in Norwich Road.
- 1 'Loving, caring family man' dies in hospital weeks after A141 crash
- 2 Dramatic pictures catch harvester on fire in 4am blaze
- 3 Work to improve A47 between March and Peterborough begins
- 4 Butcher Ron to hang up his hat after 64 years
- 5 Illegal poachers stopped in their tracks by eagle-eyed public
- 6 Paramedics warn of 'tents in car parks' amid mental health crisis
- 7 Board says Covid-19 figures are ‘stable’ at City hospital
- 8 Granddaughter launches bid to help others thanks to football legend
- 9 7 of the best pumpkin picking locations in Cambridgeshire