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  ‘Hair-raising’ opening for South Norfolk MP
 

  South Norfolk MP Richard Bacon<br>Richard Bacon MP opens Sweeney’s hairdressing and nail salon in Dickleburgh with owner Becky Carter (left) and nail technician Charlene 	Tompsett (right)
South Norfolk MP Richard Bacon
Richard Bacon MP opens Sweeney’s
hairdressing and nail salon in
Dickleburgh with owner Becky Carter
(left) and nail technician Charlene
Tompsett (right)

SOUTH NORFOLK MP Richard Bacon opened the new Sweeney’s unisex hairdressers in Dickleburgh.

Sited in what was a dark stock room at the back of Dickleburgh Village Stores owned by Bob and Sue Greenwood, the new sparkling salon is being run by hairdresser Becky Carter while nail technician Charlene Tompsett will look after client’s hands and nails.

 
 

Creating the salon has been a real family affair for Becky who has been a hairdresser for 14 years with clients in Diss and Dickleburgh. Husband Darren Carter was in charge of the joinery work while Becky’s father Gerald Seaman decorated the salon in cool cream.

Mr Bacon said: “I congratulate Becky and everyone involved in creating such an elegant salon. I wish her and Charlene the very best of luck with this exciting venture”.

To book an appointment phone Becky on 07592 012759. The salon is open Monday to Wednesday and Friday and Saturday

23 June 2008


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