Cancer Research worker set for the chop for charity
By Michael Upton | 18/07/2017
CHARITY shop volunteer Sheila Webb is set for the chop later today (Tuesday).
Sheila, who works at the Cancer Research shop in Effingham Street, will be having her shoulder-length locsk shorn to a crew cut to raise money for the charity’s Kids and Teens campaign.
She has already been pledged sponsorship money from family friends and work colleagues and would also like members of the public to pop into the shop and donate.
The charity chop will take place outside the shop at 2pm today.
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