TWO cousins from Cottingley - who 'braved the shave' earlier this month to raise money for charity - have shown off their new look after raising over £1,100 for a Keighley hospice.

Billy and Jack McLafferty, who are aged 11 and nine, respectively, both agreed to shave their heads to fundraise for the Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice.

It came after an emergency appeal from Manorlands, which said that coronavirus is having a "devastating impact" on the hospice.

Billy and Jack, who both go to Cottingley Village Primary School and play football for Eldwick Juniors, had an initial target of £200, but surpassed this figure convincingly - with a total of £1,103 now raised on their JustGiving page.

Billy said: "I quite like my new haircut, but I'm looking forward to it growing a bit, so I can gel it again!

"I would like to say thank you to everybody who has donated to this brilliant charity, who do so much to help people with cancer."

Jack said: "I feel very different having no hair! I am so grateful to everyone for their donations, it was definitely worth it!"