Natasha’s hair to help

A Wolverhampton Grammar pupil is raising money for Cancer Research UK – and helping sick children along the way. Fourteen-year-old Natasha Sund from Penn is having her long locks cut off before donating her hair to the Little Princess Trust, which makes wigs for children suffering from cancer or alopecia.
Natasha, whose locks were being shorn free of charge by Su Bains (both pictured), said, “I was nervous at first about cutting my hair but it was for a good cause so it was worth it. I was inspired to do this for charity as many people I know have suffered from cancer, one of them being an old friend from primary who I’d fallen out of touch with.”
Fundraising will continue into September in order to raise as much as possible. To donate, visit justgiving.com/fundraising/Natasha-Sund.

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