Youngster chops hair for charity

Ciaran McDonagh chopped his hair off to raise money for charity. PICTURE: Claire McDonagh

Ciaran McDonagh chopped his hair off to raise money for charity. PICTURE: Claire McDonagh - Credit: Archant

The hair will be donated to chairty.

A youngster from Buckden has had his hair cut off in a bid to raise money for a cancer charity.

Ciaran McDanagh, decided to have his hair cut off to be able to donate it to the Little Princes Trust, a charity that provides wigs to children with cancer.

The 14-year old, who attends St Thomas More Catholic School in Bedford had his hair cut on 20 February and has raised more than £300 for the charity.

His mum Claire said: "Ciaran has always had long hair and last summer decided he wanted to have it cut. We discussed donating t and after measuring he decided he wanted to grow it longer so he had a reasonable amount to donate, so waited until January before booking in to have to cut.


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"Our local Hairdressers 'The Salon on the Green' agreed to cut his hair for free as it was for charity and they also had a donation box in the salon which allowed their customers to also contribute.

"Hi original target was £250 and he has currently raise £380 but would love to get to £500 which is approximately what is costs to provide a real hair wig free of charge to a sick child or young person."

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The link to his just giving page is: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/ciaranmcdonagh.

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