A nine-year-old girl from West Lothian has donated 12-inches of her hair to the Little Princess Trust after growing it for almost a year.
Mia Butler, a pupil at Armadale Primary, first wanted to make the donation a year ago.
However, she had to wait until now to get her hair cut for the charity which makes wigs for youngsters who have lost their hair during cancer treatment.
As well as donating her hair, the youngster, who will be going into primary five in the coming academic year, also raised £160 for the charity.
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Mia’s mum Kelly said that she was incredibly proud of her daughter.
Kelly said Mia was determined to help other youngsters.
Kelly added: “She wants to help kids.
“She wasn’t forced into doing it she just wanted to help out.
“She wanted to do it for so long.
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“Her hair was right down her back and now she has a bob.
“She looks so grown up now.”
As well as being proud of her daughter Kelly has also been inspired by her.
And she now plans to have her hair cut and donate it to the charity in the coming weeks.