Sponsored waxathon at LA Glamour , Shanklin, in aid of Lottie Rann Trust. Tim Morgan having his back waxed by left Michelle Scott and Leslie Newman.
EVENTS across the Isle of Wight have helped raise funds for the Lottie Rann Trust in recent days, a cause that has captured the hearts of people of Islanders.
Lottie, 11, was paralysed from the neck down after contracting meningitis for a second time and is living at a children's rehabilitation centre in Surrey, with her parents David and Christine Rann by her side.
Her family is trying to raise enough money to adapt their Niton home so they can bring her home as soon as possible.
In Niton, on Friday, an incredible £2,322 was raised by the Jolly Friar mobile fish and chip shop, which donated its takings.
A variety show by the Wight Variety Company, featuring war-time sing-a-longs and comedy sketches, was held at Godshill Village Hall on Sunday raised £457.
At LA Glamour, Shanklin, on Sunday, volunteers had their legs and backs waxed and raised an incredible £550.
Scott's Hair Salon, in Church Street, Ventnor, will host a charity auction on Saturday and lots include a camper van picnic day out, meals for two people and an a la carte meal with bed and breakfast at the Hambrough. It starts at 6pm.
For more on how Islanders have been helping, please see the Isle of Wight County Press on Friday, March 8.