Adorable Padiham youngster is a charity champ at the age of three after sacrificing her long locks to help sick children
Tiny Kayla Carden is a charity champ at the tender age of three.
The little girl from Padiham had an incredible 12 inches of her beautiful auburn hair lopped off to donate to the Little Princess charity which makes wigs for children with life limiting illnesses.
The lively youngster sat very still for hairdresser, Tanya Cottam, who carried out the big cut at the home of Kayla’s grandparents, Lesley and Tony Carden.
And looking on proudly were Kayla’s mum, Paula who works at the One Stop shop in Padiham and dad Steven who is a multi-store manager for Ladbrokes.
After the hair cut Kayla, who attends St John’s nursery in Padiham, declared she loved her new look and gave Tanya a big hug.
Lesley said: “Kayla’s hair was right down past her waist before she had it cut. She is such a little love and she looks so cheeky now with her hair cut.”