Highbridge head shave fundraiser raises £500 for charity
charity fundraisers have lost their locks to raise hundreds of
pounds for a good cause close to their hearts.
Gibbs from Burnham-On-Sea and Di Cornfield-Craven from Bridgwater
held the charity head shave outside Highbridge's Asda supermarket
on Saturday afternoon (July 11th).
delighted to have raised a good sum for the Roy Castle Lung Cancer
Foundation after losing close friends over the past year,"
Suzie told Burnham-On-Sea.com. "We've had great support for
this from friends and family."
raised £500 on the day and collections are ongoing at the
checkouts. Their hair will also be donated to The Little Princess
Trust, who make real hair wigs for children who lose theirs after
The fundraiser was supported by members of Burnham Rotary Club,
while the hairdressers were Scott Tippett and Jeanine Hulett.
The two ladies with supporters at Saturday's event in Highbridge
A crowd of spectators and family gathered to watch oustide the
pair's hair was collected for The Little Princess Trust, who make
real hair wigs for children who lose theirs after cancer treatment
A cake sale by Burnham Rotary Club also helped to raise funds.
Keith Gough and Jane Gibbs are pictured here