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Friday, August 14, 2020

Clients queue as hairdressers through the open doors of the county

HAIRDRESSERS opened their doors through Herefordshire today for the first time since March.

The tails were seen outside the men’s barbers while the residents were keen to get a cut or change from their haircut.

Customers queue to get a cut

Hereford Times: Customers are waiting outside John's Barbershop in Leominster. Image: Ben GoddardCustomers wait outside John’s Barbershop in Leominster. Image: Ben Goddard

Customers queue outside Leominster’s John’s Barbershop. Image: Ben Goddard

Hereford Times:

The London Tail Building Watch Barber Shop in Commercial Road, Hereford. Image: Charlotte Moreau

Security measures implemented

A number of safety precautions have been implemented with some stores that keep the door locked or open and open only for appointments at the booked times.

Others opened the door, but asked people to enter their contact details as they entered the building. Hand sanitizer was to be used and wash your hands at the entrance to the hairdresser.

Hereford Times:

The Leominster show had put in place a number of security measures.

Renaissance staff on Broad Street, Leominster, wore safety visors and masks, as well as requesting customers to wear a mask.

Hereford Times:

Harriet Harris works on the Renaissance, on Broad Street, Leominster.

Hereford Times:

Sophie Newberry works in the Renaissance, on Broad Street, Leominster.

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