Hair cuts raise hundreds of pounds

A teenager and young girl had their hair cut off for the Little Princess Trust which provides wigs for children with cancer.

Sunday, 24th June 2018, 5:00 pm
Tiana and Maddie

Maddie Collins (19) from Werrington had most of her hair snipped at the Blue Bell in Werrington where she works as a waitress. She said: “I’ve always been lucky enough to have really long hair but I thought it was about time for a change.”

Tiana Bhambra-Celaire (4)from Parnwell had her hair cut by mum Leonora Celaire at Hicks Karate School of Excellence in Fengate. Andrew Hicks, chief instructor of the karate school, said: “We are so very proud of her doing this and raising money for charity.”Maddie and Tiana have raised hundreds of pounds so far. To donate, visit: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/maddie-collins OR https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Leonora-Socajunkie-Celaire.

Maddie Collins with mum Michelle Collins. EMN-180615-154431009

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Tiana Bhambra-Celaire (4) having her head shave for the Little Princess Trust. She is blue and white belt in the Little Ninjar-Hicks Karate School whose youngsters join her in the picture EMN-180616-195307009
Tiana Bhambra-Celaire (4) having her hair cut by mum Leonora for the Little Princess Trust. She is blue and white belt in the Little Ninjar-Hicks Karate School EMN-180616-195318009