A sponsored haircut to raise money for charity and to help children who lost their hair through cancer has raised more than ÂŁ2,000.
Deanne Mannâ€™s three daughters, twins Paige and Abbie, aged 11, and six-year-old Amber had their hair cut off for the Little Princessesâ€™ Trust charity and lots of other people joined in the Brave the Shave and Chop the Crop event with them in Norwich.
â€śWe raised ÂŁ2,311,â€ť said Deanne. â€ś We split that between Little Princessesâ€™ Trust and Beads of Courage. In total, I sent off 24 different peopleâ€™s hair and people were all putting something into the bucket.â€ť
The event was held in the Castle Mall and the girlsâ€™ hair was cut by Deanne, and then styled by hairdressers, attracting lots of attention.
The Little Princessesâ€™ Trust makes wigs for children who have lost their hair through illness and Beads of Courage awards beads as milestones as patients go through their treatment.