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Abigail Player had her hair cut off to raise cash for The Little Princess Trust. By Lee Hellwing
Abigail Player had her hair cut off to raise cash for The Little Princess Trust. By Lee Hellwing

A brave youngster had her long locks cut off in aid of a charity which makes wigs for children who have lost their hair due to cancer treatment

Abigail Player (pictured), of South Witham , had 14 inches of her hair cut off at Keya Hair Design in Market Deeping on Saturday, December 16, for The Little Princess Trust.

Abigail’s proud mum, Sarah, said: “She wasn’t nervous about having so much taken off. She really enjoyed it.”

The youngster also raised £500 for the charity through her haircut.Photo: Lee Hellwing



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