Home>Health>Wig-wearing pupils support Chorley teacher with breast cancer
Health

Wig-wearing pupils support Chorley teacher with breast cancer


When teacher Angela Ratcliffe started treatment for breast cancer, she started wearing funny wigs to help her children come to terms with her hair loss.

She hoped to raise a smile and raise cash for the Breast Cancer Now campaign.

And now her school, Chorley All Saints, have held their own “crazy hair day” in her honour.

Why not follow BBC North West on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram? You can also send story ideas to northwest.newsonline@bbc.co.uk





Source link

Review Overview

Summary

Leave a Reply