Hair today, gone tomorrow!
Two Armagh sisters, after months and months of growth, will be chopping the barnet in aid of two fantastic causes.
Jacqueline Prunty-Donnelly and Sarah Kearney, who both work for Homecare Independent Living, will be reducing their lengthy locks in aid of the Little Princess Trust, while also raising money for Lisanally Special School in Armagh.
The funds will help send 16 to 19 years old with special needs and complex health issues on a school trip to Barcelona – one which they will cherish forever.
The big cut will be taking place in Salon 101 in McCrums Court, Armagh tomorrow (Saturday) morning.
The pair, hoping to raise £200, have already gathered more than £600 and have been delighted with the response they have received.
Speaking to Armagh I, Jacqueline said: “We have been overwhelmed by the community response so far, it has really been amazing.
“We believe it’s really important to give back and allow everyone in the community to have the same opportunities and to experience new cultures.”
And on the task at hand, Jacqueline says ” I can’t wait”.
If you would like to donate to this great cause please visit their JustGiving link https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Jacquelineandsarah
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