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Scissor sisters and their brother raise money for charity

Leila Ally, nine, after her hair cut in aid of Assert and the Little Princess Trust. NNL-140715-194938009

Leila Ally, nine, after her hair cut in aid of Assert and the Little Princess Trust. NNL-140715-194938009

Raising money and awareness for charity was a snip for three Leamington siblings who had their hair cut for two good causes

Leila, Belle and Jed Ally, aged nine, seven and five respectively, took part in the sponsored crop at Geiko in Park Street, Leamington, in support of the Little Princess Trust and Assert - the charity which provides help for families who are affected by Angelman Syndrome.

Leila’s locks were donated to the Little Princess Trust, a charity which makes wigs for children who have lost their hair due to illness, while Jed and Belle took part to show their support.

Belle has Angelman Syndrome, which means that despite being a happy child she is unable to walk, talk or eat without assistance and suffers from seizures.

Over the past few weeks Leila, Jed and their friends at Milverton Primary School have been raising funds for Assert and the siblings also lead an awareness assembly.

 

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