Sisters shave hair off for charity

Teresa Riley and her sister Adele Smith are having their head's shaved in Morecambe's Arndale Centre to raise money for charity.

Teresa Riley and her sister Adele Smith are having their head's shaved in Morecambe's Arndale Centre to raise money for charity.

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Two sisters are having their head’s shaved to raise money for charity.

Teresa Riley and her sister Adele Smith are taking the drastic measure to raise as much money as possible for Macmillan Cancer.

Their mum Judith Gardner has been diagnosed with lung cancer and relies on the care of Macmillan nurses.

Teresa, from Morecambe, said: “We wanted to buy Mum a reclining chair to make life as comfortable as possible.

“Other people deserve help too so we decided to have our hair shaved off.

“Stylists from Shiva and Adama’s hair salon will be shaving our hair.

“There will also be face painting and hair braiding, name the bear and an auction with prizes from TT racer John McGuinness, The Globe, Frankie and Benny’s, Jo and Cass and South Lakes Animal Park.

“We’ll be going round the pubs with buckets on Saturday night.

“On Sunday, we’ve got a stall at the Festival market with a free bouncy castle.

“I’ll be chuffed if I get the chair for my mum.

“Any other money raised will be donated to Macmillan Cancer.”

The sisters will be in Morecambe’s Arndale Centre between 10am and 2pm on Saturday, April 6, and the head shave will take place at 1pm.

For more information search Facebook under Macmillan Cancer head shave.