King’s Lynn school pupil supports children’s cancer charity

Jessica Richardson (10) having her hair cut iao Little Princess Trust, at Howard Junior School King's Lynn'LtoR front, Helen Peckover (Hairdresser), Jessica Richardson holding her hair and Mum Natarli Richardson.'LtoR, Back, celebrating with friends and Head Teacher are, Tiffany Dent, Harley Mott, Greg Hill (Head), Angel Jacob. ANL-151126-114140009
Jessica Richardson (10) having her hair cut iao Little Princess Trust, at Howard Junior School King's Lynn'LtoR front, Helen Peckover (Hairdresser), Jessica Richardson holding her hair and Mum Natarli Richardson.'LtoR, Back, celebrating with friends and Head Teacher are, Tiffany Dent, Harley Mott, Greg Hill (Head), Angel Jacob. ANL-151126-114140009
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More than £400 has been raised by a 10-year-old girl who had some of her flowing locks cut off for charity.

Jessica Richardson, who attends the Howard Junior School, went under the scissors of hairdresser Helen Peckover, pictured front left, last Thursday in aid of the Little Princess Trust.

Jessica Richardson (10) having her hair cut iao Little Princess Trust, at Howard Junior School King's Lynn''Halfway point and Jessica is holding some of her hair, with the remaining hair being cut by hairdresser Helen Peckover (left) ANL-151126-114338009

Jessica Richardson (10) having her hair cut iao Little Princess Trust, at Howard Junior School King's Lynn''Halfway point and Jessica is holding some of her hair, with the remaining hair being cut by hairdresser Helen Peckover (left) ANL-151126-114338009

The charity provides wigs for youngsters who have lost their hair as a result of cancer treatment.

And Jessica’s effort has so far raised £405.25 for the cause, more than the £350 cost of making a single wig.

Her mum Natarli said: “People are still sending me money.”

Jessica and Natarli, front centre and right, are also pictured with, back from left, Tiffany Dent, Harley Mott, headteacher Greg Hill and Angel Jacob.