Head shave in memory of Gosport grandmother’s death

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A WOMAN has shaved her head to support a Gosport charity that helped her cope with her grandmother’s lung cancer.

Chantelle Thomas, 18, of White Lion Walk in Gosport, raised £300 when she had her head shaved at Harbour Cancer Support Centre in South Street, Gosport.

The centre helped Chantelle and mum Karen Taylor, 45 after much-loved grandmother Val Bloomfield, 65, died in August.

Alopecia sufferer Chantelle, who now plans to get a wig, said: ‘They supported me and my mum through the whole illness and death. If they helped me then they could help other people.’