Ev­ery lit­tle girl can look like a princess

Rutherglen Reformer - - News - Will Hen­shaw

A self­less Castlemilk young­ster is get­ting the chop to raise money for a can­cer char­ity.

Lit­tle Olivia Rodgers ( 7) is get­ting her hair cut and do­nat­ing it to the Lit­tle Princess Trust.

She is also rais­ing money for the char­ity and her to­tal cur­rently stands at £200.

The Lit­tle Princess Trust pro­vides re­al­hair wigs, free of charge, to boys and girls that have lost their own hair through can­cer treat­ment and other ill­nesses.

The St Bartholomew’s Pri­mary pupil will get her hair cut at Vic­to­ria Hair De­sign in Kyle Square this Satur­day ( June 6).

And it’s no mean feat, as mum Siob­han (31) ex­plains, it’s go­ing to be quite the trans­for­ma­tion: “Right now her hair is just past her back side, and she’ll be get­ting it cut to just above her shoul­ders.

“She’s not ner­vous at all though, she’s look­ing for­ward to her new look!”

Olivia got the idea while watch­ing telly with granny Tri­cia.

Siob­han added: “There was a pro­gramme on about can­cer suf­fers and how they can lose their hair.

“Olivia felt bad for them and wanted to do some­thing.

“She wants to do­nate her hair to a lit­tle girl who has lost hers as she said she thinks ev­ery lit­tle girl should look like a princess. “We’re all very proud of her, she’s such a kind wee girl.”

“Right now we’ve man­aged to raise about £ 200 through fam­ily, friends and my work and the Just­giv­ing page but hope­fully we can raise more.”

You can do­nate to Olivia by vis­it­ing https://www.just­giv­ing.com/Siob­hanRodgers/

She’s not ner­vous at all thought, she’s look­ing for­ward to her new look

Hair to­day gone to­mor­row Brave lit­tle Olivia Rodgers who is get­ting her hair cut for char­ity

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