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TWO charities will benefit from a family fun day at a hair salon.

Roxy-Lou’s in Gosport will be dressing up in 1950s costumes to raise money for the Oakley Waterman Foundation, set up in memory of Oakley who died from cancer, and Headway – a charity which helps people with brain injuries.

The salon in Forton Road is donating all profits from the day’s haircuts to the two charities.

There will be other small activities at the salon with goody bags for children.

The event is on April 25, from 10am until 5pm.

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