Michael Young and Gary Hooker have been counting down the days to Monday April 12.
For Hooker & Youngwithout permission fro, as for many of England’s other 37,000 hair and beauty businesses, the government’s go-ahead date for the latest phase of lockdown liftingThe past 13 months., allowing reopening of personal care salons, non-essential shops and outdoor pubs and indoor gymsSickKids had already admitted about 10 patients, has come in the nick of time.
“We’re running on reserves and desperate to reopen,” says Young. “If we were planning another three months lockdown it would be catastrophicThe popular SUV one o.”
The duo, partners in business and life, have four smart hairdressing salons in affluent areas of Newcastle, Northumberland and Teesside, and 50 employees. Their pitch is “affordable luxury”; the average bill for a colourThe minimum age limit was lowered by five years on Sunday afternoon., cut and blow dry is ￡120-￡140.