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Welcome back Alice!

Alice will be returning back to work from Maternity Leave

Alice will be returning back to work from Maternity Leave from 2nd January 2023 and will be working every Monday and Wednesday with alternating Saturdays. She is also working Fridays throughout December and still has some appointments available before Christmas. Whilst Alice has thoroughly enjoyed her time on maternity leave she is super happy to return to work and see all her guests again.

Alice will be returning to the salon following her promotion earlier on in the year, coming back as Creative & Technical Director. This promotion is as always, in recognition of all that she has achieved; developing her skills and career with Sally Adams.

Thank you Alice and Well Done!

A Splash Of Pink

In Memory of Jo (known as Alex in the salon)

During the month of October, we will be wearing a splash of pink in memory of Jo, our friend and colleague (known as Alex in the salon).

It is with deep sadness and heavy hearts that we inform you Jo’s passing, who peacefully passed away on 31st August after a relentless and very brave 3-year battle with Breast Cancer.

We will be fundraising in Jo’s memory, with the money raised being put towards a memorial bench where her son, husband, family and friends can talk, laugh, cry and socialise, in remembrance of Jo, for years to come.

If you would like to make a donation, we will collecting cash in the salon, alternatively if you wish to make a donation and pay by card, please scan the qr code below.

27th March 2022

Best Mothering Sunday Gift ever!!

We are so happy to announce that Alice and her husband Jack gave birth to their little boy, Arthur Jack on Mothering Sunday (27th March) at 22.40hrs weighing 7lb 7oz.

Both Mum and baby are doing well and now back home settling into their new lives as a family of four, including their dog Peggy.

Alice has asked us to pass on her thanks and appreciation for all the wonderful cards and gifts that they have received from so many of our thoughtful guests.

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14th Mrch 2021

Alison is almost 2 weeks into her Endometriosis Action Month Squat Challenge and would like to thank all of those who have donated in salon or online and also say thanks for the words of encouragement in salon too. It is as you can imagine a tough challenge and not always possible to do them everyday but rest assured, if Alison misses a day or two she has been catching up…

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6th Dec 2021

Endometriosis affects 1 in 10 women and those assigned female at birth, that's as many as diabetes yet very few people have even heard of it. The impact can be felt for life and there is no cure. It takes an average of 8 years to get a diagnosis of endometriosis in the UK, that's too long! Your donations will mean that Endometriosis UK can continue to support those affected by Endometriosis through national support groups, information provision and their helpline as well as continue to campaign for change, fairer treatment and eventually a cure.

Alison our Business Manager is taking on a 1in10 Challenge to raise vital funds for Endometriosis UK! Endometriosis is the name given to the condition where cells similar to the ones in the lining of the womb (uterus) are found elsewhere in the body. It is a chronic and often debilitating condition that can a myriad of symptoms as well as also leading to infertility, fatigue and bowel and bladder problems

Alison says of the challenge ahead "Whilst 10 minutes of squats a day doesn’t sound too hard for most people, this may well be the hardest challenge I’ve taken on (and I’ve done some crazy things in the past!!). Some days, recently averaging 3-4 days per month, due to debilitating pelvic and/or back pain, I can’t even get out of bed. I suffer with pain almost every day making even doing the simplest of things, such as driving/walking difficult and has led to me cancelling so much of my regular life. I try to remain positive and have a good support network with friends & family and recently have joined forums where speaking online with other endometriosis warriors around the world, has really helped. I’m currently waiting for my 4th surgical procedure in the 10years (that I’ve known about) since I’ve been suffering with this condition and with Covid having caused even further delay, can only manage literally day by day

Any support/donations you can kindly make means that future girls & women hopefully won’t have to wait so long for diagnosis and that treatment is offered quicker; therefore less impactful on their lives. Thank you in advance 🙏🏼🌼💛”

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