Teries brave the shave

A mother and son have given a charity an £800 boost by having their heads shaved.

Wednesday, 20th July 2016, 10:52 am
Updated Wednesday, 20th July 2016, 11:57 am
Fiona Duncan, of Silverbuthall, Hawick, and son Jamie, of Edinburgh after having their heads shaved by Kev Sykes for charity.

Fiona Duncan, of Silverbuthall Road, Hawick, and son Jamie, of Edinburgh, raised that money for Macmillan Cancer Support in memory of two relatives – Gordon and Cameron Duncan.

They had their heads shaved by hairdresser Kev Sykes – pictured above with Jamie and Fiona – at Hawick’s Morrisons store.

“My mum chose to give to Macmillan as cancer is a horrible disease that sadly is affecting more and more people and it is a charity close to our family’s hearts,” said Fiona’s daughter Shannon McLaughlin.

“She would also like to thank those in the town who helped smash her target.”