Hair salon in Saffron Walden shortlisted for prestigious national award

PUBLISHED: 08:54 10 September 2018 | UPDATED: 08:54 10 September 2018

The team at PENNEYS in Saffron Walden. Picture: CONTRIBUTED

The team at PENNEYS in Saffron Walden. Picture: CONTRIBUTED


A hair salon in Saffron Walden has been shortlisted to win a prestigious National Hairdressers’ Federation (NHF) award.

Penneys, in Church Street, has been shortlisted for the business award category ‘best client experience’.

The manager director of Penneys, Jeff Letter, said the team was delighted to be finalists.

He said: “We have focused and worked very hard on training on all aspects of hairdressing including the experience our clients get in the salon.

“We have dedicated many hours and our team have really pushed themselves this year to keep constantly improving. I am really delighted for them, they do deserve a pat on the back for there hard work and how they have striven to deliver something special in the salon.”

The winner of each category in the NHF’s Business Awards will be announced at an awards evening hosted at the Hilton Manchester Deansgate on November 4.


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