Three generations stood in solidarity in a fight against lung cancer by shaving all their hair off after being affected by the disease.

Sue Reeves was diagnosed with cancer in July and decided to raise money for the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation.

Read again: Didcot Power Station chimney demolished despite strong winds

Mrs Reeves, her daughter Ragin Holmes and grandson Michael Holmes all had their heads shaved on Saturday.

Herald Series:

Mrs Reeves, from Didcot, said: "It was a good day, so much fun and so much support."

She added: "I've got a cold head now but apart from that it was all worth it."

Read also: Destruction as Storm Ciara batters Oxfordshire

More than £200 was raised at the event in the Marlborough Club in Didcot.

Herald Series:

There was a tombola with prizes and one hairdresser dressed up as Mrs Brown from the TV show Mrs Brown's Boys.

Mrs Reeves, from Didcot, said: "I'm so proud of them, it takes a lot for an 18-year-old to come out and support his grandmother."

Read again: Drug dealer to pay ill-gotten gains with designer trainers

The family have also raised more than £400 on their just giving page which is still open for donations.

To donate, visit and search 'Ragin Holmes'.