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Kind Youngster Donates Hair To Help Ill Children

Wednesday November 6 2013

A KIND-HEARTED youngster has donated most of her hair - to help children who have lost theirs because of cancer.

Bailey Pendleton, 12, read about the charity the Little Princess Trust in a magazine and was moved to hear how it provides real-hair wigs to boys and girls across the UK and Ireland who have lost their own through cancer treatment.

When hairdresser Robert Eaton heard of Bailey's determination, he offered to do the cutting in his Barnsley salon.

Bailey, from Oakdale, Worsbrough Dale, who has not had her hair cut for four years, said: "I was at my grandma's reading her magazine when I learned about the Little Princess Trust.

"It said you had to be able to donate more than seven inches of hair and I decided mine was long enough and that's what I wanted to do.

"I'm not sure what it will look like short, but I'm glad to be able to do it because I like to think of helping someone who has cancer to feel better."

Her mum Amanda said: "I was rather surprised when she told me what she wanted to do, but she was determined and I think it's commendable that she's willing to sacrifice her long hair to help other children."

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Reply Posted by Mum of Three on Wednesday November 6 2013 at 15:10
Aw Bless this little angel.
What a lovely kind thoughtful thing to do.
Your mum is obviously doing a fantastic job to bring up such a beautiful considerate young lady.

Reply Posted by W on Wednesday November 6 2013 at 19:46
Way to go Bailey...top marks to you. I'm sure the kids going thru loosing their hair due to chemotherapy will be grateful. As was my daughter last year. Big thumbs up to you.

Reply Posted by Lisa on Saturday November 9 2013 at 19:45
My 8 year old daughter is in the process of growing her hair for this much worthy cause.(Her own choie) . Well done Bailey xx

Reply Posted by Loz on Monday November 11 2013 at 21:07
Good lass...well done xxx

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