By 2021 Joanna Hilditch
The Little Princess Trust.
This charity started with small tresses of hair to make wigs for kids and young adults (up to 24) suffering from hair loss through cancer to now being the biggest contributor to childhood cancer research in the UK (as well as still creating 1000s of wigs every year).
Wendy Tarplee Morris lost her lovely Hannah to cancer at the age of 5 and was determined to make a difference. And hasn’t she just.
Spencer, Beverley and Tracy sort the hair (currently at least 700 hair donations daily).
Phil Brace the Chief Exec and Wendy survey the new premises opening in September. It’s all very exciting, and what a worthy winner of a Queens Award for Voluntary Service. Remarkable! Donate yours and raise funds while you do so.
Check for details on www.littleprincesses.org.uk.