Shannon’s A Little Princess For Getting Hair Cut To Benefit Charity

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Shannon Quinlan from Balllyduff with the lock of hair which was cut off at Changes Hair and Beauty Salon in Listowel.

A THIRD class pupil decided to do something special on Friday, when she got her long hair cut off in aid of the Little Princess Trust charity…and she raised over €800 as well!

Nine-year-old Shannon Quinlan from Ballyduff decided to get the hair cut after seeing how a relative of hers lost her hair a few years ago after being treated for illness.

The Little Princess Trust is a children’s cancer charity, who work with suppliers and hairdressers to offer real hair wigs, tailored to individual children suffering with cancer across the UK and Ireland.

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Shannon, who attends Sliabh a’ Mhadra NS in the north Kerry village, went to Tralee native Danny Russell’s Changes Hair and Beauty Salon in Listowel on Friday afternoon and after chopping off the long lock of hair, he decided to give her a new hairdo which she loves.

Shannon’s parents William and Sheila are immensely proud of her, with good reason.  It was such a thoughtful thing to do, so well done Shannon.

Before the cut.


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