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Click to see teen's charity head shave new do

TEENAGER Chloe Dudgeon spent her Friday night dressed to the nines at her school prom and the very next day . . . she shaved her long locks off for charity.

The Lockerbie lass, 17, enjoyed her last night with a luscious mane to the full, splurging on a fancy up do to compliment her floor length gown.

 

DRESSED UP . . . Chloe, pictured left

FINAL UP DO . . . Chloe’s last up do

But the very next day sheared her head with the help of barber Gary Lewis, and in the process raised in excess of £450 for Cancer Research UK.

In addition, her hair has been sent to The Little Princess Trust, where it will be transformed into a wig for a sick child.

She said: “So many people around me have or are affected by cancer and it’s dev- astating.

“I’ve seen it tear apart people’s lives and wanted to do as much as I could to sup- port them for the better.”

She added: “I’ve been raising money for various charities such as the National Autistic Society and PDSA since I was a wee girl. It’s made me who I am.

“My next charity stunt is in October, taking part in the SAMH stomp at Murray Field stadium.”

NEW LOOK . . . Chloe braved the shave

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