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Jackie McColl Haircuts4Homeless Queen of the North.

Season 1, Ep. 4

Jackie McColl is an amazing woman who despite her challenges has opened 10 Haircuts4Homeless projects across Manchester and the North. This frank and open conversation reveals Jackie's motivations and passion for homeless people that will show what an inspirational yet humble woman she is.

Please enjoy this conversation with a really special human being.

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