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Roisinís charity crop!

Thursday, 5 January 2017

Roisinís charity crop! thumbnailBig-hearted Roisin Duffy Bence after her hair was cut for a worthy cause.

A BIG-HEARTED Portrush schoolgirl has had her long blonde hair chopped to help children who lose theirs through illness or cancer treatment.
As well as donating her locks to the Little Princess Trust charity, which creates real hair wigs for children with cancer, Roisin Duffy Bence was sponsored to have her hair cut.
Her proud mum Frances told The Chronicle how 11-year-old Roisin, a Year 8 pupil at Dalriada, had raised more than £390.
Frances recalled how Roisin had been growing her hair for some time after deciding to donate it to the Little Princess Trust.
She said: "Roisin saw a video over a year ago about a child with cancer who was having a wig made by the Little Princess Trust, as the family could not afford to buy a wig with real hair. Unknown to me she decided to grow her hair and have it cut to make a wig. She sent off for all the information herself.

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