Cromer Pavilion front of house supervisor Paris Hay is taking a drastic measure to raise funds for Macmillan cancer care.
She is “braving the shave” to boost the charity which has helped friends and family who have suffered from the disease.
“I have lost friends to cancer and Macmillan is the charity which helps them when they need it,” she said.
The date has been set for Friday, August 5, and Paris is ready to lose her distinctive red locks. She has timed the event to coincide with the dancers in the Summer Show collecting for Macmillan.
So far she has had lots of support from customers and show-goers at the Pavilion Theatre on Cromer Pier, who have been putting donations in a collecting box to help her toward her £500 target. She also has a site for online donations https://bravetheshave.org.uk/shavers/paris-hay/.
And she said: “If anyone is thinking about doing something like this for charity then I would say go for it. You hair will grow back and it’s all for a good cause.”
Picture by Molly Foss