Sara has her hair cut for the very first time

Pupils and staff from Kilrea Primary School who held a fundraising morning on Friday. Whacky Wigs and Hippy Hair, was to raise money for the Princess Foundation, a charity that makes wigs for children going through cancer treatment. The day raised �300. INCR16-158PL

Pupils and staff from Kilrea Primary School who held a fundraising morning on Friday. Whacky Wigs and Hippy Hair, was to raise money for the Princess Foundation, a charity that makes wigs for children going through cancer treatment. The day raised �300. INCR16-158PL

Saturday, April 19, 2014, is a date that little Sara Gibson will remember for a long time.

For the little Kilrea Primary School pupil got her hair cut for the very first time.

Sara Gibson (2nd from left) with her friends during a Wacky Wigs and Hippy Hair day at Kilrea Primary School on Friday. Sara will be having her long hair cut for the first time on the 19th April, and donating the hair to the Lilttle Princess Trust, who make wigs for children suffering from cancer. INCR16-159PL

Sara Gibson (2nd from left) with her friends during a Wacky Wigs and Hippy Hair day at Kilrea Primary School on Friday. Sara will be having her long hair cut for the first time on the 19th April, and donating the hair to the Lilttle Princess Trust, who make wigs for children suffering from cancer. INCR16-159PL

The six year old is being sponsored by friends and family with proceeds going to the ‘Little Princess Trust’ a charity that makes wigs for children who are undergoing cancer treatment.

Last week, Sara’s school pals held a special fundraising day - a ‘Wacky Hair Day’ to boost her fundraising pot.

Sara’s granny, Mary explained: “Sara has never had her hair cut.

“When she went to the hairdressers six months ago to get it cut, her hairdresser suggested that she should get sponsored for the charity.

Children from Kilrea Primary School who took part in a Wacky Wigs and Hippy Hair Day for the Litle Princess Trust, a charity who make wigs for children suffering the effects of cancer treatment. Included is Sara Gibson, her Mum Myra and Grandmother Mary. Sara is donating her long hair to the charity after its cut for the first time on 19th April. INCR16-160PL

Children from Kilrea Primary School who took part in a Wacky Wigs and Hippy Hair Day for the Litle Princess Trust, a charity who make wigs for children suffering the effects of cancer treatment. Included is Sara Gibson, her Mum Myra and Grandmother Mary. Sara is donating her long hair to the charity after its cut for the first time on 19th April. INCR16-160PL

“So Sara decided to wait and let her hair grow a little bit more before the big occasion.”

Sara Gibson, her Mum Myra and her Grandmother Mary with Kilrea Primary School principal, Karen Stinson, during a Wacky Wigs and Hippy Hair Day for the Little Princess Trust, a charity who make wigs for children suffering the effects of cancer treatment. Sara is donating her long hair to the charity after its cut for the first time on 19th April. The fun day at the school raised a total of �300. INCR16-161PL

Sara Gibson, her Mum Myra and her Grandmother Mary with Kilrea Primary School principal, Karen Stinson, during a Wacky Wigs and Hippy Hair Day for the Little Princess Trust, a charity who make wigs for children suffering the effects of cancer treatment. Sara is donating her long hair to the charity after its cut for the first time on 19th April. The fun day at the school raised a total of �300. INCR16-161PL

 

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