An Ysgol Bro Dinefwr pupil has cut her hair for charity for the second time in two years.

13-year-old Georgie Brooks was keen to cut her hair for a second time, not only to donate her hair towards making wigs for children with cancer, but to also raise money for the Little Princess Trust.

The Glanaman teenager has been raising money for not one, but two cancer charities as she and her grandmother set up a stall outside Pontarddulais Tesco selling self-made knitted hats and scarves, raising over £350 for Cancer Research.

Emma Christopher hair salon in Ammanford cut off 9 inches of Georgie’s hair on Friday April 6, with her best friend and mother at her side for support.

Her mother, Alison Brooks, told The Guardian: “She’s an amazing and generous girl, we have close members of the family who have cancer, so this is her way of doing something for them.”

The Little Princess Trust provides real hair wigs, free of charge to children and young adults up to the age of 24 that have lost their own hair through cancer treatment and other illnesses. The charity has had hair donated from people of all ages and gender across the country, including singer Harry Styles and the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton.

The Little Princess Trust will now benefit from Georgie’s generosity for a second time, as her donation of 9 inches of hair and an impressive £200 raised by her so far, will go towards the charity.