Coltness woman Sandra Foy this week proved she was a cut above the rest.
Big hearted Sandra had grown her long black locks for the past 15 years but decided to have her hair cut to raise cash for the Wishaw-based Les Hoey DreamMaker Foundation.
Sandra, who first became involved with the charity after Les organised for her son Shaun to meet boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard, has now raised more than £1000 for DreamMaker.
She said: “When I first decided to get my hair cut I thought a good total would be £200.
“I definitely didn’t expect to get up to £1,000.
“I was terrified when Les got hold of the scissors. I was shaking!
“But after having 15 years of long hair, I’m enjoying having it shorter.
“I can dry it now in 10 minutes compared to a couple of hours!”
The event was also shown live on Facebook with Sandra’s hair going to the Little Princess Trust who provide real hair wigs to children and young adults up to the age of 24 who have lost their hair due to cancer treatment and other illnesses.
You can still donate to the DreamMaker Foundation via Sandra’s Virgin Money Giving page https:// uk.virginmoneygiving.com/sandrafoy
Shock locks Sandra Foy’s hair was for the chop