A Douglas teenager has shaved her head to raise money for cot death charity the Lullaby Trust and in memory of her son, Kai.
Chelsea Robson, 18, had her hair cut off at the Strand Shopping Centre in Douglas on Tuesday, along with her uncle, Wayne Hay.
Kai John Robson-McKellar died from cot death last year.
A raffle was organised by Chelsea’s mother, Lisa Christian, who said afterwards: ‘Thanks to everyone who came. The support was amazing. I’d like to thank all the shops that donated prizes, Tommy Campbell butcher’s in Willaston who raised £280, Telecabs and Manx Gas who raised about £500 selling raffle tickets there.
‘I’m so proud of Chelsea and Wayne. We counted up the money there and had about £1,100 but once we’ve got it all in it should be close to £2,500.
If anyone still has sponsor forms please send them, with the money and Kai’s name on the back of any cheque, to the Lullaby Trust, 11 Belgrave Road, London SW1V 1RB, or call Lisa Christian on 234522.