Morrisons Banbury staff member takes part in head shave challenge for cancer support charity

A staff member at the Morrisons supermarket in Banbury recently took part in a head shave challenge to benefit a cancer charity.
Stephanie Harrison, who works at the cafe in Morrison's supermarket in Banbury, had her head shaved to raise money for the charity, CLIC Sargent Cancer Care for Children. She raised nearly £500 with the 'Brave the Shave' challenge.Stephanie Harrison, who works at the cafe in Morrison's supermarket in Banbury, had her head shaved to raise money for the charity, CLIC Sargent Cancer Care for Children. She raised nearly £500 with the 'Brave the Shave' challenge.
Stephanie Harrison, who works at the cafe in Morrison's supermarket in Banbury, had her head shaved to raise money for the charity, CLIC Sargent Cancer Care for Children. She raised nearly £500 with the 'Brave the Shave' challenge.

Stephanie Harrison, who works at the cafe in Morrisons supermarket in Banbury, had her head shaved to raise money for the charity, CLIC Sargent Cancer Care for Children. She raised nearly £500 with the challenge.

Mandy Merry, the community champion for Morrisons Banbury, said she is also arranging a 'Supermarket Sweep Trolley Dash'. Raffle tickets for the dash cost £2 each, and the winning person gets three minutes to fill a trolley with the exclusion of alcohol and tobacco and only one of each chosen item. There are bonus prizes to be won if the winner finds the inflatables.

The trolley dash will take place on Sunday December 6 at 8.30am in the Morrison's supermarket in Banbury. Tickets are available from any checkout at the supermarket with all money going to the CLIC Sargent Cancer Care for Children charity.

Mandy said: "I'm hoping to raise £1,000 for CLIC Sargent, so far we are at about £700, the draw for the winner will take place on November the 30th."