Local girl’s charity hair chop

Freya-Charity-Hair-ChopLocal girl, Freya Marshall, to have charity hair chop to support children & teenagers across Scotland suffering from cancer or leukaemia.

Freya decided she wanted her hair short and that she wanted to help the little boys and girls who aren’t feeling well. She will be donating 16″ of her own hair to the Little Princess Trust, so her hair can be used to make wigs for children. Hoping to do as much goods as she can she is currently raising funds to support CCLASP. At the time of writing Freya had managed to raise over £100, be sure to visit her JustGiving page to lend your support!

On Friday 2 December, at Paterson SA Hair Salon on Lothian Road, Edinburgh, Freya will be donating her hair to Little Princesses all over the UK.

CCLASP helps children & teenagers across Scotland suffering from cancer or leukaemia and provides advice & support for their families.

Established in 1994, Children with Cancer and Leukaemia Advice and Support for Parents (CCLASP) helps children and teenagers suffering from cancer or leukaemia. CCLASP also helps diagnosed families express and share with each other the feelings, anxieties, and horror of having a child with a life-threatening illness.

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