Colne magistrate shaves head in memory of brother

HAIR TODAY GONE TOMORROW: Ian Graham takes a look at his new hair style after John Hall shaved it off as he raises money for Pendleside Hospice after recently losing his brother to cancer. A180611/3b
HAIR TODAY GONE TOMORROW: Ian Graham takes a look at his new hair style after John Hall shaved it off as he raises money for Pendleside Hospice after recently losing his brother to cancer. A180611/3b
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A 63-year-old Colne man has shaved his head is memory of his brother who died of cancer just a few weeks ago.

Burnley and Pendle magistrate, Ian Graham, took on the hair-raising challenge to raise money for Pendlside Hospice.

Ian said: “Pendleside Hospice is such a wonderful charity and has a very special place in my heart since by brother suffered from cancer, I was happy to make a contribution to their work.”

Ian, who is chairman of governors at West Street Primary School and also sits on the board at Primet High School, entrusted local barber John Hall with the task of shaving his head.

Through sponsorship from family and friends he raised £100 for the hospice.