21st Oct, 2017

Faith supports The Little Princess Trust

Stratford Editorial 9th Apr, 2015 Updated: 28th Oct, 2016

FAITH Griffiths is not only kind-hearted – she’s also kind-headed.

The Bidford youngster had 12 inches snipped off her long blonde hair to donate to The Little Princess Trust charity which makes wigs for children suffering from cancer.

And if that was not generous enough the five year-old Bidford Primary pupil also raised £600 for the charity in the process.

Mum Claire said: “Faith has always been blessed with lots of hair and she’s talked about donating it to make a wig for a child with cancer for well over a year now.

“It costs the charity around £350 to make the wig with the donated hair so we wanted to raise that money and any extra will fund the hundreds of wigs provided for children with cancer.

“Faith loved her long locks but she knew someone needed them more than her and since having her hair cut she’s said her new style is lighter and makes her happy.”

Visit www.justgiving.com/Claire-Griffiths19 to help Faith raise even more.

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