Slowly, albeit very slowly, people are cautiously (some foolishly not so) beginning to move around more. At the beginning of May (Can you remember? It was very much like April.) Margery Hookings asked for people to contact her and submit two lines of words expressing what the lockdown in our village has specifically meant for you. Your lines could be about things you’ve missed during this crisis or what has kept you going. Strange things. Wonderful things. Unexpected things. Your lines can be as sad, funny, banal or interesting as you like. The lines won’t be attributed to individuals so you can also say what you like, within the confines of decency and taste. of course!
Dimensions Hair Studio are hoping to reopen their doors on Sunday 5th July – subject to government guidelines.
Stephanie Frampton, who owns the busy Hair Studio at the Craft Centre commented on the reopening of her business:
“We are in the process of booking clients back in. If anyone has not yet been contacted and wishes to make an appointment, please leave a message at the salon on 01308 867711 with your name and number.
We will of course be following strict government guidelines and the salon will be running a little different to usual.
Everyone must use hand gel provided on entering the salon
A disposable gown will be provided for each client which will only be used once
All the equipment will be sterilised between use
We ask you please to wear a mask if you don’t have your own we do have a supply in salon
Protective screening will be in place between clients and around the reception desk
Everyone must following social distancing as best we can
There will be no waiting area and no magazines or hot drinks, bottled water only
Please attend your appointment alone
We will do everything we can to keep you all safe as we will ourselves and we look forward to seeing all our wonderful clients in July.“
It’s all gone a bit quiet in the village since The Sound of Music Through The Square Window ended on Sunday but that doesn’t stop the music!
Villager,Simon Emmerson and his band, The Afro Celt Sound System have produced a delightful reel designed to lift your spirits and lighten your hearts in these dark and fractious times. Enjoy and feel free to share the YouTube video.
#StaySafe #StayAtHome #StayJiggin’ #StayDancing