Charity head shave by Worthing barber in memory of late husband

Sally Ireland (left) with Ghodsi Young
Sally Ireland (left) with Ghodsi Young

Worthing barber Ghodsi Young has shaved the head of a family friend to raise more than £1,000 for two children’s charities.

Ghodsi, who runs Ghodsi’s Barbers in Warwick Street, held the event as a one year memorial for her late husband, Alan Young.

The head shave

The head shave

She shaved Sally Ireland’s locks, raising £779.50 for Home for Good and £524.88 for Chestnut Tree House.

Ghodsi also kindly pledged to match the amounts raised.

Sally said: “It’s quite daunting to go from having long red hair to nothing!

"A bit like losing part of your identity.

Sally before the shave

Sally before the shave

"But the charities are worth it.”

They thanked everyone who donated.

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