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Laura is in the news for her heart warming act of kindness and generosity — a wonderful and a lovely reflection of how our children at Wrenbury fully live out our ethos of 'We all matter'. We are very proud of Laura who has been sponsored to have her hair cut to donate it (and the money she has raised) to the Little Princess Trust charity.

The Little Princess Trust provides real hair wigs to children and young people with hair loss, and fund vital research into childhood cancer.

Laura has raised over £1,100 so far, which is absolutely fantastic. Well done, Laura! If you'd like to add to Laura's fundraising amount, then please send your donation to school in a sealed envelope addressed 'Little Princess Trust'.

Click here to read the article in the Nantwich News and enjoy Laura's before and after photos.

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