Eight year old Dunmow girl’s haircut to help children through Little Princess Trust

Charlotte Brown, aged eight, had her hair cut in a Great Dunmow salon to donate to The Little Prince

Charlotte Brown, aged eight, had her hair cut in a Great Dunmow salon to donate to The Little Princess Trust. Picture: family photo - Credit: family photo the Hooper family

Eight year old Charlotte Brown had a giant hair cut to help make wigs for children who have lost their locks through cancer treatment or alopecia.

Charlotte Brown, aged eight, had her hair cut in a Great Dunmow salon to donate to The Little Prince

Charlotte Brown, aged eight, had her hair cut in a Great Dunmow salon to donate to The Little Princess Trust. Picture: family photo - Credit: family photo the Hooper family

Charlotte’s hair which was 48cm long is being donated to the Little Princess Trust.

Charlotte is on summer holiday from Great Dunmow Primary School.

She said: “I love my new haircut and I am pleased that another child will benefit from it”.

Charlotte Brown, aged eight, had her hair cut in a Great Dunmow salon to donate to The Little Prince

Charlotte Brown, aged eight, had her hair cut in a Great Dunmow salon to donate to The Little Princess Trust. Picture: family photo - Credit: family photo the Hooper family


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