We are incredibly proud of our pupil, Miles, who has been growing his hair for 2 years just so he could cut it off to raise money for charity!
At 8 years old, Miles started to grow his hair just so he could raise money for charity. Now, 2 years later, he is ready to have it shaved off!!
Miles chose to raise money for 'Edgar's Gift' which is a charity that is very close to his families heart. Also, the hair he cuts off will be donated to 'Little Princess Trust' (as it is definitely long enough!).
Miles is really excited to know that his actions will enable Edgar's Gift to support many young adults who are currently battling cancer.
His Mum says:
"He is an absolute dude and I am extremely proud of him for the dedication he has put in over the last couple of years growing his hair."
Although Miles has smashed his initial fundraising target of £200 by raising over £1,100, you aren't too late to support this amazing youngster in his aim to raise money for this crucial charity.
You can find his Just Giving page here:
In the news:
He's even made it to the Coventry Telegraph!
You can read his story here:
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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