Student cut hair to 'change a child's life'

Nina with her new cut. Picture: Carolyn Middleton at Whites Hairdressing.

Nina with her new cut. Picture: Carolyn Middleton at Whites Hairdressing.

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A BROMYARD student who cut her hair for charity said she is glad to help 'change a child's life'.

Nina Ball, a year nine student at the Queen Elizabeth Humanities College, had her hair cut yesterday and donated it to Hereford-based The Little Princess Trust, who provide wigs for children who lose their hair through illness.

Nina said: “I am very proud of what I did, knowing that I have changed a child’s life with hair that I donated. I was very upset at the time but then I realised that it actually made a really big difference."

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