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Last updated 05:00 31/10/2012
BANK ON IT: Northland Westpac branch managers sign up to the Bald Angels cause to support kids in hospice care, from left Jade Baker, Kerikeri branch; Alan Puru, Kaikohe; Carrie Waghorn, Paihia and Russell; area manager Northland Clint Wharfe, and James Phillip, Kaitaia.

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Five Northland Westpac managers have responded to an appeal by Bald Angels charity to shave for the good cause.

Carrie Waghorn put out a personal challenge to others in her company and five Northland managers are going bald.

The Bald Angels project is being held throughout November to raise money for children with life-limiting illnesses and for children of bereaved families who are under the care of Hospice Mid Northland.

Hospice Mid Northland has set up a separate donation account solely for children in palliative care in the Mid North.

The account is ASB 12 3091 0091342 51.

You can register as a Bald Angel to shave your hair on November 11 at The Turner Centre, 4pm.

Register as a Bald Angel at Cafe Cinema or email your registration to baldan

Follow Bald Angels on Facebook or Twitter.

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