Hair salon joins the fightback

A HAIR salon is reopening under new ownership as Ipswich fights back against the economic slump.

A HAIR salon is reopening under new ownership as Ipswich fights back against the economic slump.

Pacha in the town's High Street closed about two months ago but thanks to the interest and investment of 25-year-old Sara Paul, it is set to reopen tomorrow.

This is the first business for Miss Paul from Ipswich, who previously worked as a hairdresser at Toni & Guy and Hairaisers.

The opening of the business fits in with The Evening Star's Fightback Campaign, which supports businesses that are battling back against the recession.

The launch party was last Saturday and the salon officially opens tomorrow morning at 9am.

She said: “It is something I have always wanted to do and something my parents have always wanted me to do.

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“I found out that the salon had closed down so called up to see if I could buy it.

“I am optimistic because we have cut our prices to help people who want to come in and get their hair cut.”

The salon will cut all hair types, including ethnic hair for men and women. There is 25 per cent off clients on their first visit.

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