Women who “braved the shave”

THREE Frodsham women “went hairless” at the town’s Red Lion pub – to raise money for MacMillan Nurses.
They went under the razor, wielded by barber Charlotte Hale, to “Brave the Shave.”
Mother of two and grandmother of two Debbie Allen wanted to support MacMillan but also took part in memory of her Mum and friends she has lost over the years.
Lyndsey Ryder Moulton was raising money and also wanted to remember her Dad.
Mother of two boys Corina Reilly said: “We wanted to help the MacMillan Nurses because they do a fantastic job and to support and remember those who have suffered. We want to raise as much as we can.”
Pub regular Chris Watmore also “braved the shave.”
Afterwards, hairdresser Charlotte offered to maintain, free of charge, all the volunteers’ hairstyles in a tidy fashion until their hair has fully grown back.”
Frodsham Town Council chairman Judith Critchley dropped in to offer her support and all involved thanked pub landlord Gavin Pye for providing the venue.

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