Bilton girl cuts her long locks to help make a wig for a child with cancer

Libby McPhillips had her hair cut by salon owner Ian Snutch at Camelian Hair Design to help make wigs for children with cancer and other illnesses
Libby McPhillips had her hair cut by salon owner Ian Snutch at Camelian Hair Design to help make wigs for children with cancer and other illnesses
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A kind-hearted schoolgirl has cut her long locks to help make a wig for a child with cancer.

Libby McPhillips, from Bilton, had her pony tail chopped off at Camelian Hair Design in Bilton on Tuesday.

The eight-year-old approached her mum, Fiona Law, last month and said “Mum, can I cut my hair and give it to a girl who doesn’t have any?”

The donation will go to the Princess Trust, which provides real hair wigs for children who have lost their hair to cancer and other illnesses.

It takes seven pony tails to make a wig so Libby’s family are keen to raise money for the cause as well as give the hair donation.

They have raised £530 so far.

Go to www.justgiving.com/fiona-law2