A BIG-hearted ten-year-old from 2nd Studley (St Mary’s) Brownies, kept part of her Brownie Promise by completing a selfless act in the name of charity.
Earlier this month Alice Webb had 14 inches of her hair cut off and donated to the Little Princess Trust charity.
This is the charity chosen by the Brownies as their nominated charity to fund-raise for throughout 2016.
It provides wigs made from human hair free of charge to children who have been affected with hair loss due to cancer treatments.
Each wig costs the charity around £350 to make, so Alice decided to raise money for this brave good deed to help the charity make a wig with her hair and through sponsorship she has so far raised £560.
Brownie Leader Julie Porter: “I am amazed at how much money Alice has managed to raise for our charity and she is a credit to Girlguiding.”
Anyone interested in joining Girlguiding in Studley can register your interest on http://bit.ly/1OgAQcS .