Kimberley Swinney “Braved the Shave” this morning and in the process raised over £1,500 for Macmillan Cancer Support.

Her shave took place at St Deny’s Church Hall in Sleaford.  The hall was filled with members of her Vitality exercise class along with Kimberley’s friends and family, all there to give their support and encouragement.

It was a slightly nervous Kelly from Halo Hair Salon at Ruskington, whose clippers made the first cut, and once started she made “short” work of the shave.  Within minutes Kimberley was sporting her brand new shaved hair style, and in the process has raised vital funds for Macmillan.

After her shave, Kimberley who was motivated by the loss of a loved one said “Like so many I’ve lost a loved one to cancer and that’s what inspired me to sign up for Brave the Shave.  I’ve been totally overwhelmed by the response I’ve had, not only from family and friends, but also from the ladies & gentlemen who take part in Vitality exercise classes, not just those that I teach, but participants from classes all over the county.  It’s been a truly amazing experience, one which I will never forget.”

And it’s still not too late to donate, simply show your support on line by clicking here and search for Kimberley Swinney.


Supportedby arts NK, LITC, districtNK, NHS and LCC

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