HAIR WE GO: Calverton pupils lop off locks at Arnold salon to help kids with cancer

Five generous girls from Salterford House School in Calverton have donated their long-grown locks to The Little Princess Trust to help children with cancer regain their confidence and identity.

KH Hair in Arnold cut a total of 256 centimeters of the girls’ hair, which is now being sent to charity to make wigs out of it.

“We want to give children who have no hair due to cancer treatment a chance to feel happy and more confident about the way they look.” the girls said.

“Most of us know a family member or friend who has suffered from cancer and this is our little way of helping them. We are very happy that we can help another child feel better in a difficult time.”

These five girls from Salterford House School in Calverton have donated their long-grown locks to The Little Princess Trust IMAGE: After the charity discount

It costs the charity an average of £550 to turn donated human hair into a new wig for a child and £150 for a wig that fits, so in addition to donating their hair, the girls have raised over £2,100 to date. help out.

If you would like to support the cause, you can donate online to SalterfordHairChopGirls fundraising for Little Princess Trust at JustGiving

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