Hair-raising horror in a good cause


Posted on February 1st, by editor in CT Extra. No Comments

It was a horror show for the hirsute – but it was all in a good cause.

It was a horror show for the hirsute – but it was all in a good cause.
The immaculately turned out staff at a new dementia centre in Wrexham were looking a bit more unkempt than is usually the case. The team at Bodlondeb (Place of Contentment) held a Bad Hair Day to raise money for the Alzheimer’s Society.
Activities Co-ordinator Kerry Roberts said: “Everybody has entered into the spirit of the occasion and we’re all having a laugh. You might say, as a fund-raising effort it’s hair today, gone tomorrow.
“All the staff have come in with bad hair and even the lads have had a go even though they’ve got really short hair, they’ve tried their best and they’re wearing silly hats and wigs and things so everybody has really gotten into it and the residents are really enjoying it as well.
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