A schoolgirl from Croxley Green and her grandmother had over 10 inches of their hair cut for The Little Princess Trust.
Debbie Gristwood, 57, and Tiffany, eight, of Yorke Mead School held a charity fundraiser for the wig making charity – organised by mum Kim – at the community centre on Sunday, June 23 where 13 inches of hair was cut each.
Tiffany hadn’t had a haircut in almost a year but decided she would donate it to help children and young people suffering with cancer.
Debbie decided she would join in and support her granddaughter.
She said: “I’m very proud of her. For a girl of her age to come up with the idea, being committed, and then going into school the next day is outstanding.
“I’m pleased that I can help other children. Even though my hair is short, at least I still have some whereas others suffering don’t, so to donate it to The Little Princess Trust was the right thing to do”
A family friend, who is a mobile hairdresser, cut their hair whilst they sold coffee and cake, and held a raffle to raise money.
They raised £890 for the trust. Debbie and Tiffany would like to thank everyone to came to show their support.