A close shave for gran’s charity

Kyleigh McCord who is originally from Kilsyth held a charity head shave for the British Heart Foundation in memory of her grandmother.
Kyleigh McCord who is originally from Kilsyth held a charity head shave for the British Heart Foundation in memory of her grandmother.

A BRAVE mum-of-three has shaved all her hair off raising in the process £700 for a charity that was close to her gran’s heart.

Kyleigh McCord (27) successfully completed her charity challenge on Saturday, July 28, in AM Hair and Beauty in Glasgow’s London Road for the British Heart Foundation.

Kyleigh McCord who is originally from Kilsyth held a charity head shave for the British Heart Foundation in memory of her grandmother.

Kyleigh McCord who is originally from Kilsyth held a charity head shave for the British Heart Foundation in memory of her grandmother.

The News and Chronicle previously reported that former Kilsyth Academy pupil Kyleigh lost her grandmother Sadie to natural causes back in May and as a tribute to her memory she did this challenge.

Sadie, who is originally from Kilsyth but moved to Twechar, had supported the British Heart Foundation all of her life.

Kyleigh, who is also originally from Twechar but now lives in Glasgow, and is mum to Kenneth (10), Caitlyn (8) and Louisa (1), said: “I want to say a big thank you to everyone who helped me either by donating or just giving me support.”

Kyleigh also held a raffle to boost funds, and you can still sponsor her and the charity by visiting www.justgiving.com/kyleigh-mccord