New 'dos' for fundraising Nantwich pub-goers

Crewe Guardian: Sienna’s parents, Kelly-Anne and Alex, front, join the team from Johnston Brady as they prepare for action at The White Horse. Sienna’s parents, Kelly-Anne and Alex, front, join the team from Johnston Brady as they prepare for action at The White Horse.

CUSTOMERS at Nantwich pubs got new hairdos at the weekend to raise money for charity.

Patrons of Firenze, the Bowling Green, the Boot and Shoe and the White Horse made donations to the Children’s Liver Disease Foundation in exchange for haircut.

A hairdressing team from Johnston Brady salons took to the streets for the pub crawl with a difference, raising £2,000 for CLDF.

Staff decided to support the charitry after a friend’s baby daughter, Sienna, was born with the rare liver disease, biliary atresia. She has since received a life-saving transplant.

“We wanted to put our skills to good use to support Sienna and other children like her as we didn’t realise that liver disease was something which can affect babies,” explained Jenna Robinson of Johnston Brady.

“We really didn’t know what sort of response to expect but were overwhelmed with the support we received.

“We had queues of people all day and everyone was so generous. It’s a fantastic result and we’re really grateful to the people of Nantwich.”

You can still support the Johnston Brady pub crawl by going to www.justgiving.com/johnstonbrady.

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