LETTER: Join in Wig Wednesday to help CLIC Sargent

Rift House primary school head teacher Dave Turner with pupils Grace Thomas, Jessica Lees, Kieran Jones, Tyler Hinchcliffe, Sophie Hansen, Melissa Kelsey and Mackenzie Storey taking part in Wig Wednesday to raise funds for Clic Sargent.
Rift House primary school head teacher Dave Turner with pupils Grace Thomas, Jessica Lees, Kieran Jones, Tyler Hinchcliffe, Sophie Hansen, Melissa Kelsey and Mackenzie Storey taking part in Wig Wednesday to raise funds for Clic Sargent.

On May 20 schools, businesses and community groups across the country will be getting their wigs on for CLIC Sargent’s Wig Wednesday.

We would love Mail readers to join them and help support children and young people coping with cancer.

CLIC Sargent provides practical, emotional and financial support for those aged 0-24 with a cancer diagnosis.

Wig Wednesday is a great opportunity to get together with colleagues, fellow pupils or friends to have some fun with wigs while raising vital funds.

We want as many people as possible to wear a wig for the day to show support to children and young people who may lose their hair through treatment for cancer.

It’s easy to get involved.

CLIC Sargent can provide you with the materials you need to promote your Wig Wednesday event and you can even buy a selection of fun wigs from our online shop.

Don’t mullet over!

Sign up now to take part in Wig Wednesday on May 20 by visiting www.clicsargent.org.uk/wigwednesday or calling 0845 1212 492.

Dee Tyler,

Area fund-raising manager,

CLIC Sargent,

Newcastle.