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Close shave for Julia-Ann

Julia Smith in the hairdressing department at Angus College on Tuesday having all her hair removed. The ponytail being donated to the Princess charity to make real wigs for children with cancer. Here Debbie Donaldson has removed the tail, now for all the rest.

Julia Smith in the hairdressing department at Angus College on Tuesday having all her hair removed. The ponytail being donated to the Princess charity to make real wigs for children with cancer. Here Debbie Donaldson has removed the tail, now for all the rest.

A student at Dundee and Angus College has followed in the footsteps of pop star Jessie J to raise money for charity.

Julia-Ann Smith, an HND Interactive Media and Web Development student shaved her head on Tuesday in aid of her favourite charity Sanctuary for Kids. She went under the scissors of the hairdressing students at the Keptie Road campus for the charity which seeks to improve and protect the lives of children in crisis around the world.

Julia-Ann said: “I believe that everyone has the ability to make the world a better place for the next generation. Those of us who support Sanctuary for kids have a saying ‘little ripples make big waves’. I think everyone can be a ripple!”

Our picture shows Julia-Ann partway through her challenge with Debbie Donaldson holding her pony tail which has been donated to the Little Princess Trust to make wigs.

 

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