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Berkhamsted author’s expressive dance to help people who suffer from hair loss condition alopecia

Sue Hampton's expressive dance for charity.  Courtesy of www.shootmestudios.co.uk

Sue Hampton's expressive dance for charity. Courtesy of www.shootmestudios.co.uk

A children’s author who suffers from alopecia has raised more than £750 to help others who suffer from the hair loss condition by completing four hours of expressive dance.

Sue Hampton’s performance was at Berkhamsted’s Dar Papillon on Thursday and you can still sponsor her by clicking here

She said: “It went really well. I had lots of wonderful support from people of all ages from as old as 85 to as young as four.”

The 51-year-old, of Lincoln Court, Berkhamsted, is an ambassador for Alopecia UK and suffers from the hair loss condition herself.

She has now launched the Be a Writer quiz for children from Berkhamsted’s Westfield School and Greenway School. They will pay £1 to enter and will have to fill in a missing word from a sentence in one of her books. The money will go to Alopecia UK and the writer of the most creative word will be given a signed copy of one of her books.

 

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