Charity head shave for Mayfield centre

Grace Pool (left) with r Harry Reid who has Dravets Syndrome, and his  mum Lynne Reid  (right)
Grace Pool (left) with r Harry Reid who has Dravets Syndrome, and his mum Lynne Reid (right)

Hawthorn Children and Families Centre bus escort Jenny Paterson had her hair shaved at the charity night which raised £1,425 for the Mayfield centre and Dravet Syndrome UK, a charity looking for a cure for the form of epilepsy that former Hawthorn patient Harry Reid (5) suffers from.

Event organiser Grace Pool said: “I personally would love to thank each and every person involved, from those who donated prizes or money, to those who helped organise and make the event run smoothly to all of those behind the scenes, cooking and serving our guests on the night.”

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