Monday, 23 October 2017

Postmistress has extreme haircut for charity

A WOMAN from Binfield Heath has grown her hair for two-and-a-half years in order to make a wig for charity

A WOMAN from Binfield Heath has grown her hair for two-and-a-half years in order to make a wig for charity.

Sharon Caple, postmistress at Binfield Heath Stores, will have her hair cut at Dorata in Hart Street, Henley, tomorrow (Saturday) and give it to the Little Princess Trust.

The charity provides real hair wigs to boys and girls who have lost their own hair through cancer treatment.

Mrs Caple, who lives at the shop in Arch Hill with her husband Gavin and 18-year-old son Jacob, is hoping to raise at least £350, which is the cost of turning the hair into a wig.

She has already raised £95 and will be accepting donations at Dorata between 1.30pm and 4.30pm.

Mrs Caple: ?There?s no particular reason for doing it apart from wanting to help someone. I hadn?t had my hair cut for nine months and then I decided I would grow it out to make into a wig but it has taken 18 months.?

Donations can also be made at Binfield Heath Stores.

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