Hairy challenge for supermarket staff

Hairy challenge for supermarket staff

Kevin Wilson, from the Morrisons finance team, having a lizard shaved and coloured into his head by professional hair tattooist Barber B to raise money for Sue Ryder care.

Kevin Wilson, from the Morrisons finance team, having a lizard shaved and coloured into his head by professional hair tattooist Barber B to raise money for Sue Ryder care.

First published in News

FOUR supermarket staff took on a hair-raising challenge by having their heads shaved into weird and wonderful styles to raise money for Sue Ryder.

Kevin Wilson, Kieran Holmes, Lee Taylor and Abhinav Kumar, who all work in Morrisons' finance team at its Bradford head office, underwent the drastic makeover as part of a day-long fundraiser for the charity.

Dad-of-two Kevin, 34, had a lizard shaved and coloured into his head by Leeds-based hair stylist Barber B.

"Our team organises a charity event every quarter and this time we decided to do something a little bit different," he said.

"We came across a picture of a lizard shaved into someone’s head. Everyone thought it looked good, but I was the only one who volunteered to go through with it!"

Money raised through Morrisons' Raise a Smile partnership with Sue Ryder is funding new community services, family support teams and an online support network.

The Bradford team has raised £2,000 through various charity events, including the head shave, cake sales, a raffle, and a Three Peaks challenge.

To sponsor the team, visit www.justgiving.com/TheGreatBritishShaveOff, or text 'SMILE' to 70213 to donate £3.

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