Re-Opening 4TH Of July. What You Need To Know.

Re-Opening From 4TH Of July What You Need To Know...

Basically... Whats Different 🙂

So We Are Opening Saturday 4th Of July
What Should You Do?
What Will It Be Like?

So we are reopening.
However, it’s going to be different. Here’s How…

The Initial Rush.

I have no clue how busy we will be as some people may not wish to come out yet, some people are shielded and some people may have concerns around their jobs.

However… I think initially we will be pretty busy 🙂
Of course, we know people are keen to get their done, and there is a considerable backlog.

This is unprecedented and makes the Xmas rush like a picnic :).
Claire and I will be opening extra days and hours


Please let the patience that has got us all this far continue.
Covid-19 takes advantage of the immune system, Claire and I are often ill over Christmas because of the Xmas rush.

Claire and I can’t afford to make ourselves vulnerable plus my wife is shielded with Cancer.

We will work HARD however we can’t do 14 weeks work in 2.
If we could I would have done it years ago 🙂
So we will work hard but smart too.

All I ask is bare with us. We will do our level best.

Booking Appointments

Initially, online booking will remain closed while we deal with the initial flurry of activity.
Moving forward the only way to make appointments will be either online or by phoning the salon on 01243 828345


When Coming For Your Appointment.

Please be aware sadly we can not have people waiting in the salon if you are early and Lee or Claire have not finished their previous appointment, we won’t be able to let you in the salon till the previous client has left the salon.

The only exception to this will be couples/families that live together.

When you arrive the salon door will be locked please knock and one of the team will let you in.
You will be directed to either Lees or Claires chairs.

You will be given a personal pack with a disposable Gown, Disposable towel and your own personal facemask.

Claire and I will be wearing a face visor

Lee And Claire will conduct the consultation from 1 metre and will be wearing a face visor.

We will then gown you up with your disposable one-use gown and towel.
We will then shampoo your hair and proceed with the service.

Only one person will be shampooed at a time so that you are not next to someone else.

After we have finished your cut or colour we will direct you to a spot 2 metres distance from the desk.
Next appointments can be made.
Payment is taken, we will hand you the card machine payments of £45 or under can be done contactless.
We still accept cash.

COVID-19 Service Charge

We will be levying a voluntary COVID-19 service charge of £2 per client per visit to cover the high cost of disposable gowns, towels and we won’t be able to do the same volume of clients due to sanitisation
This charge will reduce as costs do and all clients have the right to opt-out if they feel we are profiteering

Sanitisation Before Each Appointment.

Before the next client can be seen the hair section will be sanitised.
Combs and brushes sanitised.
Card machine and desk wiped down.

We sadly will not have any magazines, jelly babies or drinks available in the salon for the foreseeable future.

End Of Day Sanitisation.

Each night we will deep clean all areas ready for the next day.

As you can see very different.
I feel due to the size of the salon in comparison to only Claire and I working in it and the measures outlined we have hopefully will give our clients the confidence and comfort that I think is so important in these strange times.


Lee Boniface
Salon Director.