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Harleston biker's charity shave in memory of dad Phillip




A Harleston man underwent a charity shave after growing his hair and beard for 18 months.

Biker Steve Heffer, of Lovat Close, bid his mane goodbye to raise more than £1,600 for Cancer Research UK in memory of his father, Phillip, who died of the disease.

The 59-year-old gardener went under the scissors in front of an audience of more than 200 people at the East Coast Harley Club’s summer bash.

Steve Heffer completed a charity shave in memory of his dad. Pictures by Lisa North.
Steve Heffer completed a charity shave in memory of his dad. Pictures by Lisa North.

“I am happy with what I’ve raised – every penny helps,” said Steve.

“Now that I’ve got the bug, I might do something different in the future.”

Harleston hairdresser Bonnie Brown was tasked with chopping off his hair.

Harleston hairdresser Bonnie Brown was tasked with chopping off his hair.
Harleston hairdresser Bonnie Brown was tasked with chopping off his hair.

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