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Leyland sisters go for the chop for Little Princess Trust

Emily and Lola Masterman with their new hair
Emily and Lola Masterman with their new hair
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Young sisters Emily and Lola Masterman, aged seven and five, at a special fund-raiser event At The Rose Of Farington, Leyland

Young sisters Emily and Lola Masterman, aged seven and five, at a special fund-raiser event At The Rose Of Farington, Leyland


Emily and Lola Masterman, of Leyland, who attend Farington Primary School, had their hair cut during a fund-raising day at The Rose of Farington.
Emily, seven, had 19 inches cut off, whilst five-year-old Lola lost 11 inches.
Youngsters had fun as they has their faces and nails painted and hair sprayed with glitter.
The girls’ efforts raised more than £300 for the Little Princess Trust.
Their Mum, Karen Moss, said: “We raised £180 through sponsors and the activities we had on the day. We also have a just giving page which has £136 on it.
“We had a fantastic day.”