Hair today gone tomorrow – for children’s charity

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A charitable city woman is getting used to life with a little less on top after having her hair cut to raise money for the Little Princess Trust.

Naomi Malone, of Middleton, has thanked the Elliott Reeve salon in Kingston for doing a fine job in her bid to raise funds for the children’s charity.

“Since I had a baby, I don’t have the time to maintain my hair. I looked into donating my hair and realised I could donate it to a cause and help someone less fortunate,” she said.

“There are charities that turn hair into wigs, but the one I’ve chosen donates the wigs for free. If patients know they can get them for free then it’s easier for them and its also more beneficial.

“The manageress of Elliott Reeve, Charlotte, cut and coloured my hair for free on the day, so thanks very much to them.

“I’m still collecting donations for sponsorship so if people still want they can go to the link and sponsor me at www.justgiving.com/gdshphrd2.”

The Little Princess Trust provides free wigs to children that have lost their hair due to cancer treatments.