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Little Millie Hedges of Pennington donates 21 inches of her hair to the Little Princess Trust and raises over £400





A SEVEN-year-old girl who donated 21 inches of her hair to the Little Princess Trust which makes wigs for children with no hair has raised more than £400.

Millie Hedges from Pennington went for the chop at Guy Kremers hairdressers in Lymington and says she “loves” her new look – a chin-length bob.

Millie Hedges shows off her long hair before having 21 inches cut off for charity
Millie Hedges shows off her long hair before having 21 inches cut off for charity

Mum Joanna said: “We are very proud parents. She was so delighted afterwards that she had actually done it.

“Thanks to everyone who has donated – it has really made Millie happy.”

JC at Guy Kremers hairdressers in Lymington cuts Millie Hedge's hair
JC at Guy Kremers hairdressers in Lymington cuts Millie Hedge's hair

As the A&T revealed, Millie had originally planned to have 15 inches of her hair cut off and had a fundraising target of £150.

But on the day she decided to have even more chopped off and has smashed her target.

The seven-year-old donated her hair to the Little Princess Trust
The seven-year-old donated her hair to the Little Princess Trust

The Little Princess Trust makes wigs for children and teenagers who have lost their hair because of cancer treatment, alopecia and other medical conditions.

To donate to Millie’s fundraiser, visit bit.ly/44WHL3z



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