Kind Rugby schoolgirl to cut long locks to make wigs for children with cancer

Libby McPhillips is cutting her hair to make wigs for children wtih cancer
Libby McPhillips is cutting her hair to make wigs for children wtih cancer
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A kind-hearted Bilton girl will be cutting off her long locks to make wigs for children with cancer.

Determined Libby McPhillips will complete the fundraiser on August 4 at Camelian Hair Design in Bilton.

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

The family has raised £350 for the Princess Trust so far, which provides real hair wigs for children who have lost their hair to cancer and other illnesses.

Fiona said: “I am so proud of Libby for wanting to make a difference. From an early age she has appreciated the importance of helping others.”

Go to www.justgiving.com/fiona-law2 to make a donation to the Princess Trust.