Gemma helps raise £2505

Mandatory Credit -  � Freddie Parkinson �
Gemma Conn (13) from Drumbo raised �2505 for Pretty in Pink and had her hair cut for the Little Princess Trust. Gemma along with help from her family and friends held a fund raising event in Ballylesson Band Hall atthe start of September when her hair was cut to provide wig or a hair piece for children who suffer hair loss due to cancer treatment. Gemma would like to thank everyone for their kind donations and support and a big thanks to http://www.pitstopwashandvalet.co.uk
Pictured from left, Jill Conn, Gemma Conn (13), Angela MacAuley, Bell MacCauley and Sharon McCleary.
For further details contact Jill Conn (Mother) on 07816 183305.
Mandatory Credit - � Freddie Parkinson � Gemma Conn (13) from Drumbo raised �2505 for Pretty in Pink and had her hair cut for the Little Princess Trust. Gemma along with help from her family and friends held a fund raising event in Ballylesson Band Hall atthe start of September when her hair was cut to provide wig or a hair piece for children who suffer hair loss due to cancer treatment. Gemma would like to thank everyone for their kind donations and support and a big thanks to http://www.pitstopwashandvalet.co.uk Pictured from left, Jill Conn, Gemma Conn (13), Angela MacAuley, Bell MacCauley and Sharon McCleary. For further details contact Jill Conn (Mother) on 07816 183305.

Gemma Conn (13) from Drumbo raised £2 ,505 for Pretty in Pink by getting her hair cut off for the Little Princess Trust.

With help from her family and friends she held a fundraising event in Ballylesson Band Hall where her hair was cut.

Pictured: Jill and Gemma Conn, Angela and Bell MacAuley and Sharon McCleary. Pic by Freddie Parkinson