Five-year-old Sophie Bulldeath has her hair lopped off for a cancer charity

Sophie Bulldeath, from Attleborough, who had her hair cut for the Little Princess Trust charity. Pi

Sophie Bulldeath, from Attleborough, who had her hair cut for the Little Princess Trust charity. Picture: Katy Bulldeath - Credit: Archant

A five-year-old girl has had her long locks lopped off and raised more than £200 to support children with cancer.

Sophie Bulldeath, from Attleborough, had her hair cut for the Little Princess Trust charity, which makes wigs for children who have lost their own hair through treatment.

Sophie, who is in reception at Attleborough Infant School, said she wanted to have her hair cut: 'because I want to make other children as happy as me.'

Mum, Katy Bulldeath, said she was proud of her daughter's efforts.

Mrs Bulldeath said: 'She decided she wanted to raise £200. At present we have raised £210 with another £10 needing to be added.'


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Kayley Woodhouse, a hairdresser and aunt of Sophie's, did the honours, cutting off 13 inches of the youngster's hair.

Further donations can be made online at www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Katy-Bulldeath

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