Adderbury sisters have big chop for charity

Sisters Megan and Natlie Kyte who had the big chop for charity, then donated their hair to The Little Princess Trust
Sisters Megan and Natlie Kyte who had the big chop for charity, then donated their hair to The Little Princess Trust
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Teenager Megan Kyte and her 12-year-old sister Natalie are feeling the autumn chill after having all their hair chopped off for three charities.

The siblings, who attend Warriner School, wanted to organise a charity challenge with a major impact that would encourage sponsorship.

So they opted for a headshave to raise money for the Alzheimers Society and Macmillan Cancer Support – because their late grandmother had Pick’s disease (frontal lobe dementia) and cancer has touched several members of their family – and to donate their hair to The Little Princess Trust.

The big chop took place at Squires in Adderbury and so far they’ve raised £1,492.50.

The worst bit, according to proud mum Wendy Ockenden, was the sound of the first cut, close to their ears.

> If you’d like to sponsor the girls, visit www.uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/meganandnataliekyte