Little Princess Trust

The Little Princess Trust was set up in 2006 in memory of Hannah Tarplee.
Two years earlier, she had been diagnosed with a Wilms Tumour and the loss of her hair was especially traumatic.
Her parents felt the most fitting tribute to the five-year-old would be a charity dedicated to providing wigs to children who had lost their own hair through cancer treatment and other conditions.
The Little Princess Trust was born and the charity has now provided wigs to more than 10,000 young people.
The charity is also now one of the most significant charity funders of childhood cancer research in the UK.