Selfless sisters to get locks chopped for kids with cancer

Two little princesses are planning to have their luscious locks chopped off to make wigs for youngsters undergoing cancer treatment.

Witchford sisters Izzy, eight, and Poppy, four, have decided to donate their beautiful tresses to Little Princess Trust, after reading about another little girl who’d also gone for the chop to raise cash for the charity.

The brave girls will be having their hair cut at Fresh Approach Hairdressers in Witchford on Saturday, May 12.
Mum Estelle Kisby said: “We would really love it if we could raise some money for the charity too.”

Little Princess Trust provides real hair wigs free of charge to children and young people who’ve lost their own hair through cancer treatment and other illnesses.
The family plans to give a percentage of the money raised to The Rackham C of E Primary School, where Izzy is a pupil, and the pre-school, which Poppy attends.
People can leave donations at the school, preschool and the village post office, or by clicking here.

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