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April, 2014

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Title:Hair Today Gone Tomorrow For Nadina
Author:Doncaster College 
ID & Publication:20140411021 ~ The-Villager.co.uk 
Area:Skellow 
Subject:Charity 
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Melissa Chambers is a hairdressing student at Doncaster College and Melissa’s haircutting skills were put to good use, recently when she helped her mum, Nadina, raise money for charity by shaving her hair off.

Over 40 years ago, Nadina Chambers, was a poorly baby after a difficult birth and she wanted to repay the Neo-Natal Clinic at Doncaster Royal Infirmary ‘for all the help and what they did for me many years ago.’

So utilising her daughters skills, Nadina had her hair cut at the Inspire Salon & Spa, the student run hair and beauty salon based at the Doncaster College Hub campus. Melissa, 17 from Skellow, near Doncaster, and on the Level 2 Hairdressing Diploma course followed her mum’s instructions to ‘just shave it off!’

After it was all over Nadina said of her hair, ‘It feels great and it feels nice and light!’
Nadina will also feel pleased about the amount she has raised, as the Neo-Natal Unit at the Hospital will benefit to the tune of £1000.

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