A GENEROUS Newport schoolgirl is having her long locks cut off for charity – for the second time.

Brooke Seer donated 15 inches of her hair to the Little Princess Trust – which makes wigs for children who have lost their hair due to treatment for cancer or other illnesses – three years ago.

Now the year eight pupil at Llanwern High School is again having her long tresses snipped off for the charity on Saturday, February 27, and hopes to raise the £350 needed to make a wig for a sick youngster.

Mum Stephanie said “She decided the day after she would grow her hair and do it again once her hair was long enough.”

Brooke’s fundraising has already got off to a good start, with her friend Megan Burridge raising £50 with a bake sale while Simon Gray and Mark Prendergast of Harris Pye UK chipped in with a generous £250.

A Little Princess Trust spokeswoman said Brooke was “a great girl”.

“To donate your hair once is amazing, but to donate it twice is truly wonderful,” she said.

“The beautiful hair will be blended with other similar donations and will be made into a wig for a sick child.

“What a difference this will make.”

To donate to Brooke visit justgiving.com/Stephanieandmark-Seer. A sponsorship form and donation bucket is also available at Glam Hair in Cromwell Road, where Brooke is having her hair cut.