Matalan staff go to extreme lengths to raise money for the NSPCC
11:10am Sunday 17th June 2012 in Top stories
Staff at Matalan Croydon are going to extreme lengths to raise money for charity.
The store in Purley Way, Croydon, are trying to raise £6,000 for children's charity the NSPCC.
To help reach the target one member of staff Yousef, shaved his head in store in return for donations, while his colleague Jacki got the letters 'NSPCC' tattooed on her finger.
She said: "I have health issues so I can't do anything physical.
"I love kids and I'm proud to have the tattoo, it's a good charity and now I have my own grandchildren it makes me want to do more."
The branch have raised £1,600 so far, donations can be made in store.