Primary backs cancer charity

16th June 2006 at 01:00
A Herefordshire school has helped set up a charity to provide wigs for children who have lost their hair because of cancer treatments.

The move follows the death from cancer of Hannah Tarplee, aged five, from Hereford Cathedral junior school, which has joined forces with the Tarplee family and a local hairdresser to found the Little Princess Trust. The charity aims to supply boys as well as girls with the best wigs available.

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