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Hoburne Naish team leader Hannah Stickland to 'brave the shave' for Cancer Research



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A NEW Milton woman is set to embrace a bald new look for charity.

Hannah Stickland, a team leader from Hoburne Naish holiday park in the town, is preparing to shave her head for Cancer Research as she hopes to "normalise more women accepting losing their hair after going through chemotherapy".

On Wednesday 8th December, the 24-year-old will have her hair shaved at a fundraising evening at the park, and hopes to raise £500.

Hannah Stickland
Hannah Stickland

Hannah said: "I decided to have my hair shaved off to raise funds for Cancer Research and to raise awareness that, even without hair, you can still be pretty.

"So many women who go through chemotherapy are self-conscious of losing their hair, and that needs to change.

"We need to support them, uplift their spirits and make it known that they are still beautiful.”

To support Hannah’s efforts, visit: https://bit.ly/3CS8Abe.



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