Sutton school girl Hannah Beckett chops off hair for St Raphael's Hospice

Wimbledon Guardian: Hannah Beckett before she had the chop Hannah Beckett before she had the chop

A school girl chopped off her hair  to make a wig for children with hair loss and to raise money for St Raphael’s Hospice.

On Friday, September 7, Hannah Beckett, 11, from Sutton a pupil at Glenthorne High School, lopped her locks off for two charities.

The hair will be given to the Little Princess Trust which provides real hair wigs for children suffering from hair loss.

She was also raising funds for St Raphael’s Hospice as part of the Give Your Quid campaign.


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