This summer, leading hair extension brand Great Lengths will be going the extra mile and cycling from London to Paris to raise money for children’s charity – The Little Princess Trust.
Great Lengths hold an exclusive partnership with the charity, encouraging clients to donate their used extensions to form real-hair wigs for children and young people who have lost their hair through cancer as well as other conditions; cycling from London to Paris is one of the many ways that Great Lengths has helped The Little Princess Trust.
The charity funds pioneering, and also life-saving research. It relies on hair donations and fundraising to manufacture and fit real-hair wigs. So, this July the Great Lengths team will be putting their pedal power to the test. They will cycle 500km over three days to raise money for the charity.
Jonny Welch, John-Paul Sherley-Price and James Henderson, salon owner of M Hair Extensions in Nottingham and Great Lengths Global Little Princess Trust ambassador will be taking part. They aim to raise a minimum of £1,000 each. James Henderson says: “I have been an avid supporter of The Little Princess Trust for a number of years. Also, I was recently honoured by becoming one of their Charity Ambassadors. I wanted to do something challenging to raise support and money for the great work they do.”
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