Local Tewkesbury salon picked as one of the best new salons in the UK (2009/2010)

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G&T Hair owned by experienced Hair Consultant Glen Dufty has been selected by Aston & Fincher, a leading salon designer, as one of the best new salons in the UK for 2009/2010. The honour has earned G&T Hair a double spread in the National award winning publication “Real Salons”.

G&T HairG&T HairLocal businessman Glen Dufty has been in hairdressing for over 30 years. His newest salon can easily be described as Tewkesbury’s hidden gem. Glen has transformed the breeze block business unit at Basepoint Business Centre into a relaxing and tranquil space. The unit is complete with a mezzanine coffee lounge providing clients with a place to unwind before and/or after their appointments.

Being chosen for this honour is doubly special to Glen as it follows one of the hardest years in Glen’s life, having lost his wife to cancer in 2008, leaving him and his children to find meaning in a life without her. As Glen moves on from this tragedy he has refocused on what’s important to him and designed the salon with the intention of creating a rejuvenating environment for his clients and an enjoyable place for him to work.

For more information, please contact Julie Woodward on 0781 299 1639, via email at [email protected] or visit our website

G&T Hair Ltd. is located at Basepoint Business Centre, Unit 60, Oakfield Road, Tewkesbury Business Park, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, GL20 8SD

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