Jacey gets his locks chopped for charity

Jacey gets his locks chopped for charity

A THORNHILL boy had his extra-long locks cut for charity this week.

Jacey Oakes, aged nine, decided to cut his long blonde hair and donate it to The Little Princess Trust which provides real hair wigs to children and young people and funds research into childhood cancer. 

Jacey, who attends St Joseph’s Primary School and plays rugby league for Dewsbury Moor Under-10s, had his locks chopped at Riverside Traditional Barbers in Mirfield.  

So far he has raised £430 for the charity, exceeding his original £200 target. 

His mum Jade Oakes said: “I think he looks gorgeous! We are all very proud of him.”

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