Mayor's daughter to hold fundraising head shave for special care
daughter of Burnham-On-Sea's Mayor is planning to have her head
shaved to raise funds for a special cause.
Davis, the daughter of Cllr Martin Cox, hopes to raise a big sum
for the Special Care Baby Unit at St Michael's Hospital in Bristol.
will be held in memory of young Jack Colin Tucker, who was born
26 weeks prematurely and spent 24 days in an incubator at the
unit before passing away.
he died, but it was because the Special Care Baby Unit had an
available incubator for him that he was able to spend some precious
time with his mum and dad," said Sharon.
many babies need the support of the Unit and many live fulfilled
lives from just having this first chance of life."
will have her head shaved at the Avery Estate Agents Grand Charity
Ball being held on 18th April at the Batch Country Hotel in Lympsham.
will be the sixth Grand Charity Ball organised by Jane Tucker,
Baby Jack's mum, plus Sarah Tyson and friends. This year, it's
hoped to raise £16,000 for a new incubator," said Sharon.
Webb from Hair@Houlahans salon in Weston, pictured above,
will be shaving Sharon's head on the night. She has been measuring
Sharon's hair growth and keeping it in top condition in recent
weeks because her hair will be donated to The Little Princess
Trust, who make real hair wigs for children who lose theirs after
can sponsor Sharon on her
Just Giving page here. Prizes for the Grand Draw and Auction
on the night, large or small, are being gratefully received via
Sarah at Avery's Estate Agents to reserve your table. 01934 614893
or email email@example.com
Top, Burnham's Mayor Martin Cox with his daughter Sharon and,
above, hairdresser Donna Webb with Sharon preparing for the fundraiser