Jasmine, 16, thrilled with response to charity hair cut

Charity hair cut
Moreton Hall Health & Fitness, Club Mt Rd, Bury Saint Edmunds
Jasmine Doe, 16, is having a sponsored hair cut - to donate the hair to the Little Princess Trust and raising money for St Nicholas Hospice Care pictured with Claire Butcher and Julie Farrow salon owners.
Picture Mark Westley
Charity hair cut Moreton Hall Health & Fitness, Club Mt Rd, Bury Saint Edmunds Jasmine Doe, 16, is having a sponsored hair cut - to donate the hair to the Little Princess Trust and raising money for St Nicholas Hospice Care pictured with Claire Butcher and Julie Farrow salon owners. Picture Mark Westley
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A Bury teenager has donated her lengthy blonde locks to charity and raised £1,850 in the process.

Jasmine Doe, from Moreton Hall, decided to undergo an extreme hair cut in order to donate her hair to the Little Princess Trust - a charity that provides wigs for children who have lost their hair due to cancer treatment.

Charity hair cut
Moreton Hall Health & Fitness, Club Mt Rd, Bury Saint Edmunds
Jasmine Doe, 16, is having a sponsored hair cut - to donate the hair to the Little Princess Trust and raising money for St Nicholas Hospice Care pictured with Claire Butcher and Julie Farrow salon owners.
Picture Mark Westley ANL-160229-001046009

Charity hair cut Moreton Hall Health & Fitness, Club Mt Rd, Bury Saint Edmunds Jasmine Doe, 16, is having a sponsored hair cut - to donate the hair to the Little Princess Trust and raising money for St Nicholas Hospice Care pictured with Claire Butcher and Julie Farrow salon owners. Picture Mark Westley ANL-160229-001046009

The 16-year-old, who attends West Suffolk College, also gave money from the hair-raising endeavour to St Nicholas Hospice Care.

“I am very pleased with how it went,” said Jasmine.

“St Nicholas Hospice is a charity close to our family and do such essential work providing end of life care.”