James dares to bare his head - braving the shave for Macmillan in memory of little sister

James Clifton doing Macmillan Brave the Shave in memory of his sister who died four years ago. EMN-160926-171944001
James Clifton doing Macmillan Brave the Shave in memory of his sister who died four years ago. EMN-160926-171944001

A Sleaford man ‘braved the shave’ in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support in memory of his sister

James Clifton had local barber Ness Brown do the deed at the Marquis of Granby pub on Northgate on the evening of September 24.

James Clifton doing Macmillan Brave the Shave in memory of his sister who died four years ago. Ness Brown shaving his hair off. EMN-160926-171858001

James Clifton doing Macmillan Brave the Shave in memory of his sister who died four years ago. Ness Brown shaving his hair off. EMN-160926-171858001

He had publicised his effort via Facebook and the Macmillan website and raised £80 on the night and £52 online.

James said: “I did it in memory of my little sister, Lisa, who passed away four years ago with cancer aged just 30 and leaving two children behind. She battled this terrible disease bravely for five years.”

He said: “The shave event went OK and raised quite a lot on the night.”

People can still support James by donating via his webpage at: https://bravetheshave.org.uk/shavers/james-clifton/