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Arnold: Casey to face the chop as she donates her hair to charity.

The amazing Casey turns 9 this week and will be cutting her beautiful hair and donating it to the Little Princess Trust

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The hair cutting charity event is being hosted at Sashas Bar on Front Street, Arnold at 2.30 pm on Friday (18) when Casey will be cutting off her beautiful hair and donating it to the Little Princess Trust.

Everyone is invited along to help Casey raise money for this great cause that provides free real hair wigs to children and young people, up to 24 years, who have lost their own hair through cancer treatment or other conditions.

Casey who turns 9 the day before the event lives in Arnold.

Gedling Eye caught up with Alex Smith, the owner of Sashas who said:

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“Casey and her family have supported Sashas since we first opened and have become part of the Sashas family.

“The Charity donation was All Casey’s idea and her Nanny J has helped her set it all up. On the day there will be a raffle , prizes have been donated from a lot of local business such as a £30 drinks voucher from us (Sashas), a family ticket to Flora Lands park, an afternoon tea for 2 at the Market Place café  at the AMP, wine tasting at Taste First (also at the AMP) and lots of other prizes.

“Casey is a wonderful, young girl who always has a smile on her face when she comes in to see us. We think it’s a great thing she is doing and are glad we are able to support her.”

Alex added “We hope for it to be a lovely and fun afternoon, raising money for a good cause.”

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Sashas Bar is at 46 Front St, Arnold, Nottingham NG5 7EL and can be contacted via Facebook HERE or by phone on 0115 920 8872.

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