Cancer survivor donates hair to make wigs for a second time

Agatha King first donated her hair to make wigs for children living with cancer aged four.

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A leukaemia survivor has donated her hair to help make wigs for children with cancer for a second time.

Agatha King joined 28 others to donate 318 inches of hair to the Little Princess Trust at Charlie Miller in Edinburgh.

The nine-year-old first donated her hair to a good cause aged four, when she was diagnosed with leukaemia and wanted her locks to help other children before she lost them to treament.