Sis­ters get the chop for can­cer char­ity

West Lothian Courier - - News -

Two big-hearted sis­ters have had their long locks chopped off to help young peo­ple with can­cer af­ter their mum was di­ag­nosed with the dis­ease in 2012.

Lyn­d­say and Michelle Muir­head had their hair cut so they could do­nate it to the Lit­tle Princess Trust, a char­ity that makes wigs for young­sters who have lost their hair through chemo­ther­apy.

The girls each had sev­eral inches cut from their hair at Bath­gate sa­lon Nou­veau Hair­dress­ing by fam­ily friend Katie Mil­lar.

Their mum Fiona said:“They know that los­ing your hair can be dev­as­tat­ing and they hope the wigs will help ease the suf­fer­ing of young girls go­ing through this.”

Long locks Lyn­d­say and Michelle be­fore hav­ing their hair cut

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