By Harriet Ernstsons Friday 21 September 2012 Updated: 21/09 10:14
A GOLFING restaurant owner will be clipping not chipping as she shaves her head for charity.
As part of a fund-raising day at Pitcheroak Golf Course, The Greens owner Liz Kettle will be getting rid of her hair in exchange for donations to the cancer ward at Birmingham Children's Hospital.
Golfers taking part in the day will tee off at 11am on Saturday, September 29, with prizes awarded throughout. Entertainment will be available during the evening, with the head shave set to begin at 7pm.
The Plymouth Close resident said: "We have a target of £3,000 for the whole day, if we can achieve that then it will really affect the life of more than one child.
"It doesn't really worry me too much as I want to raise as much as we can and raise awareness locally. My hair will grow back and it is a very good charity."
For more information, visit The Greens or the golf shop at Pitcheroak or call 01527 541054.
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