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Natasha braves the chop for charity

8 February 2019

08.02.19 Natasha braves chop for charity 1

Kind-hearted Natasha Wrennall has had her long hair chopped off in aid of charity the Little Princess Trust.


Natasha, aged 10 years, had her locks cut in Bolton College’s training salon, The Academy, by mum Charlotte, who is currently training as a hairdresser at the College.


Little Princess Trust provides wigs, free of charge, for children who have lost their own hair as a side effect of cancer treatment.


Natasha, a year 5 pupil at Blackshaw Primary School, has so far raised £78 for the charity, and her school have also supported Natasha by arranging various fundraising activities. 


Natasha said: “I’m pleased that the Little Princess Trust will be able to use my hair to make a child feel good about themselves, especially when they’re going through a very hard time.”


Mum Charlotte, who lives in Breightmet, added: “Natasha’s always been a thoughtful little girl so I wasn’t at all surprised when she asked to donate her hair to the trust. I’m very proud of her and overwhelmed by the support and generosity of everybody who’s sponsored her.”


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