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Christine Gee who will have her hair cut off and dyed purple next week to raise money fior Great ormond Street Hospital

Christine Gee who will have her hair cut off and dyed purple next week to raise money fior Great ormond Street Hospital

A young Monifieth woman is going to some hair raising lengths next week to raise money for a children’s hospital.

Christine Gee (22) has volunteered to have her 22-inch locks shorn and dyed a striking shade of purple to raise funds for the Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).

The purple was chosen to represent the signature colour of GOSH and also that of her employer, Premier Inn.

Christine’s efforts are part of a wider, week-long campaign by Premier Inn staff based in Monifieth and the four hotels in Dundee.

At 9 a.m. on Monday staff will walk from each of the five hotels to the Fife side of the Tay Bridge and back again.

On Thursday staff will take part in ‘Pimp My Pinny’ when they will design and wear their own aprons all day to raise cash.

Donations and raffle prizes can be handed in to any of the Premier Inn hotels in Monifieth and Dundee.

 

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