Hemel mum's headshave for charity close to her heart

Helen after her headshaveHelen after her headshave
Helen after her headshave
A Hemel mum has had her head shaved, to raise money for a charity close to her heart.

Helen Everitt, aged 35, braved the clippers at Lacey Brown Hair & Beauty, in Hemel Hempstead Old Town, last Friday.

Helen, who works in the kitchen at Longdean School, lost her baby daughter, Scarlet, to the genetic disease Zellweger syndrome a year ago.

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Helen, who also has a nine-year-old son, said: “Zellweger UK is a small charity that helped me so much throughout my daughter’s short nine months of life. I want to raise awareness and also money for them. They do incredible work and the support they gave us all was, and continues to be, amazing.”

Helen before her headshaveHelen before her headshave
Helen before her headshave

Helen is donating her hair to The Little Princess Trust, which makes real-hair wigs for children who are undergoing cancer treatment.

See Helen’s fundraising page at mydonate.bt.com/
fundraisers/heleneveritt1