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Charity fund-raiser

Burnside Primary School pupil, 11-year-old Katrina Chatton, raised over �160 in school for The Little Princesses Charity by having her 20-inch long ponytail cut off. The children and staff paid 20p for a guess the weight of the hair competition which was run last week with other fund-raising games by Katrina and her friends. The competition was won by Connor Bisgrove (5A) who guessed closest with 73 grams. The weight of the hair was 74 grams and it will go to make wigs for children who have lost their hair through illness. Ashleigh Mellon of Fin & Co, Carnoustie, performed the important act of cutting the hair.

Burnside Primary School pupil, 11-year-old Katrina Chatton, raised over �160 in school for The Little Princesses Charity by having her 20-inch long ponytail cut off. The children and staff paid 20p for a guess the weight of the hair competition which was run last week with other fund-raising games by Katrina and her friends. The competition was won by Connor Bisgrove (5A) who guessed closest with 73 grams. The weight of the hair was 74 grams and it will go to make wigs for children who have lost their hair through illness. Ashleigh Mellon of Fin & Co, Carnoustie, performed the important act of cutting the hair.

Burnside Primary School pupil 11-year-old Katrina Chatton raised over £160 in school for The Little Princesses Charity by having her 20-inch long ponytail cut off.

The children and staff paid 20p for a guess the weight of the hair competition which was run last week with other fund-raising games by Katrina and her friends. The competition was won by Connor Bisgrove (5A) who guessed closest with 73 grams.

The weight of the hair was 74 grams and it will go to make wigs for children who have lost their hair through illness. Ashleigh Mellon of Fin & Co, Carnoustie, performed the important act of cutting the hair.

Headteacher Dawn Hendry said: “Everyone at Burnside is very proud of you.”

 

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