Police sergeant to end 30 year career by having her head shaved to raise money for cancer charity

Police sergeant Maxine Cordor and her son Anthony Cordor are set to have their heads shaved to raise

Police sergeant Maxine Cordor and her son Anthony Cordor are set to have their heads shaved to raise money for Cancer Research UK. Picture Maxine Cordor - Credit: Archant

A police officer is preparing to have her head shaved to raise money for Cancer Research UK in memory of her father who died of the disease in 2013.

Maxine Corder who is due to retire from the Norfolk Constabulary in December after 30 years service, will shave her head as part of a charity night she has organised in Toftwood.

Entry is free and along with a disco and karaoke, there will be a raffle with over 50 prizes.

Ms Corder's youngest son, Anthony Corder, is also going to take part after agreeing to go through with it if she hit a fund raising target of £1,000. Through donations and Just Giving she has raised £1,700.

She said: 'It would also be nice to try and end my policing career on a high, doing something that reflects how much I know my dad loved Dereham and serving the community as I have done too.'

The charity night starts at 7.30pm on April 15 at The Millwrights Arms.


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