Seend Haircut Raises Funds

6 September 2013  |  News  |  ,

Friday 6th September 2013. Wiltshire Search and Rescue received some ‘fringe’ benefits on Friday evening when Seend’s Paul Waylen chose us as his selected charity. Paul, who cannot remember his last haircut, had his famous golden locks cut off for charity (and to look ten years younger!) Customers at Seend Community Centre and The Brewery Inn donated over £150 for Paul’s sacrifice. WILSAR thanks the Seend community for their continued support.

For more information about WILSAR, including details of our callouts, visit our website at www.wilsar.org.uk or contact our Public Relations Officer at pr@wilsar.org.uk


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