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Bromley Scout raises over £1000 by cutting off her long hair for Make-A-Wish Foundation

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Bromley Scout raises over £1000 by cutting off her long hair for Make-A-Wish Foundation

By having 15" of her hair cut off, Beau Morton-Turner, from the 14th Bromley Scouts, raised money for the Make-A-Wish Foundation and donated her hair to the Little Princesses charity which will turn her hair into a wig for a child suffering from cancer who has lost her hair.

Beau's Mum, Emma said "Although we knew the charities were both massively deserving, we had no idea how many friends and family lives had been touched by the Make-A-Wish foundation. Stories of children suffering from cancer being taken to Euro Disney and a friend’s niece with Cystic Fibrosis who had two wishes granted in her short time, made it all the more real to us. Beau also has an aunty who works for the children’s hospice - Demelza - where she has seen countless times how amazing the charity's work really is.

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