A MOLD barber has been raising money to help support the Stroke Association.

Louis Davies, 23, a barber at The Gallery Barber Shop on Chester Street is donating his day's takings from last Friday (January 20) and other donations handed into the shop to help the cause close to his heart. 

Both Louis' grandfathers suffered strokes in the last six months and he is aiming to split the money between the Stroke Association and the ward his grandfathers stayed on at Chester Countess Hospital - one of whom is still there now.

Mold resident, Louis has so far raised over £1,200 for the causes and that figure is continuing to rise thanks to people's generosity.



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Discussing his impressive fundraising efforts, Louis said: "In recent months both my grandads have suffered strokes and this has had a massive impact on their day to day lives.

"I am donating half the money from haircuts to raise money for the Stroke Association and the other half to the ward in the Countess Hospital where both my grandads have been in, and one is still in there now.

"If you would like to make a donation, it would be much appreciated."

Donations are still welcome and can be made at the Gallery Barber Shop on Chester Street, Mold or by visiting the link to Louis's GoFund me page by clicking here.