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Girls as young as three have cut off their long hair to raise money for children suffering with cancer. It's part of a charity event in the Midlands called "kids helping kids."
38 youngsters volunteered to donate their hair so that it can be used to make wigs for child cancer sufferers.
Thirty eight girls have had their pony tails cut off so their hair can be used to make wigs for children undergoing treatment for cancer.
The event at Solihull College was organised by the charity Matt's Mission which aims to get children involved in fundraising. The session also raised £10,000 which will be used to make wishes come true for children receiving cancer treatment.
The hair donated by the children will be sent to the Little Princess Trust in Hereford and used to make wigs for both boys and girls who've lost their hair battling cancer.