Pink Car Rally Raises Funds for Little Princess Trust

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Pink Car Rally for the Little Princess Trust Charity 2014

The annual Pink Car Rally, which raises money for the Little Princess Trust hair loss charity, will be orbiting London on the afternoon of Saturday 6th September.

Circular orbit

The pink procession begins its journey at Langley around noon, setting off in a clockwise direction on the M25 and stopping at South Mimms services. From here, the parade arrives at the Lakeside shopping centre, where charity collections for the Little Princess Trust, which provides real hair wigs for children experiencing hair loss, will take place.

After spending the night at Brands Hatch, the pink parade continues its journey around the M25, returning to Langley by 4pm on Sunday. This is the 7th annual Pink Car Rally, and as anyone who has attended previous events knows, there may well be surprises and special celebrity guests along the way.

Excited atmosphere

Sali Gray, the organiser and creator of the Pink Car Rally, is understandably excited about this year's event, commenting, “This is our 7th rally and I'm just as excited now as I was when I organised the first one. I would never have believed, seven years ago, that we would be starting a leg of the rally at Brands Hatch.”

A 'secret stop' is planned along the route, but organisers are giving very little away. To find out more about the route the rally will take, visit the official Pink Car Rally website. Or you can make a donation to the Little Princess Trust, via the event's Just Giving page.

The charity, set up in 2006 in memory of Hannah Tarplee, a five-year-old who sadly lost her life to cancer, relies on donations of hair which is used to create wigs for children aged 2 to 18 who have been affected by hair loss, mainly those undergoing cancer treatments. We at The Belgravia Centre are proud to support the Little Princess Trust and the service they provide to those in need.

Over the past year, several celebrities have donated their hair to the charity, including pop sensation Jessie J, who shaved her head for Comic Relief in 2013, donating her locks to the Little Princess Trust. ITV's Mr Selfridge actress Sai Bennett cut her long hair into a shaggy bob in April 2014 and donated it to the charity.

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