Re-Invention Hair Salon in Louth presents over £6,000 to Papyrus

Pictured is organiser Jak Bakewell from Re-Invention, presenting the cheque to Laura Green from Papyrus with Hanna's mum Carol Walker.
Pictured is organiser Jak Bakewell from Re-Invention, presenting the cheque to Laura Green from Papyrus with Hanna's mum Carol Walker.

A charity evening organised by Re-Invention Hair Salon in Louth back in February raised £6,547.63 for Papyrus, the young prevention suicide charity.

The evening included a three-course meal, an auction, raffle and a special performance from Britain’s Got Talent finalist from 2014, violinist Lettice Rowbotham. The event was also set up in memory of two local people, Joshua Spowage,24, and Hanna Westall,21.

Pictured is organiser Jak Bakewell from Re-Invention, presenting the cheque to Laura Green from Papyrus with Hanna’s mum Carol Walker.