Hair today! Gone tomorrow! Isabel chops off locks to help children with cancer

Brother and sister Isabel, 10, and Charley, 8, have made their mom proud.

While Charley did 100 double thrusts with the support of Devizes Junior Tae Kwon-Do school, Isabel braved the hairdressers to cut her locks for the Little Princess Trust.

“It can make children who have cancer and lose their hair feel more normal and happier. I raised the money to have the wig made,” said Isabel, a student at Wansdyke School.

“I felt happy and nervous, but knew I was doing something nice for the kids who need it”

Isabel raised £ 263 from cutting her hair.

“Isabel has had my hair cut twice before for Little Princess Trust, and knew it was something she would love to do, it took a while to grow, so to actually do it she was extremely happy and was humbled by the amount of support and donations she received, ”Mama Emma said.

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