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Friday 26 April 2019

Faye gets her tresses cut for charity

Faye Jordan, Bunclody, who had her hair cut and donated to the ‘Little Princess Trust’ for young adults and children who need good quality wigs, pictured with her auntie and proprietor, Tara Baker (left) and her mother Lyndsey Jordan
Faye Jordan, Bunclody, who had her hair cut and donated to the ‘Little Princess Trust’ for young adults and children who need good quality wigs, pictured with her auntie and proprietor, Tara Baker (left) and her mother Lyndsey Jordan

Esther Hayden

Kind hearted Faye Jordan got 12 inches of her hair chopped off for charity last Saturday.

13-year-old Faye is a student at Bunclody Vocational College and this is the second time she had cut her tresses for charity.

Faye has been growing her hair since the previous time she went for the chop when she was nine years old. Then she donated the hair to the Rapunzel Foundation while she donated last week's hair to The Little Princess Trust which make wigs for children or young adults.

Faye who is the daughter of Lyndsey and Peter Jordan hails from just outside Bunclody. She has one older sister Leah.

Faye got her hair cut by her aunt Tara Baker who owns the award winning Baker Street Salon on Pearse Street in Gorey. Lyndsey said Faye is really kind hearted and is always fundraising for various charities.

Gorey Guardian

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