BIZWATCH : NEW BARBER-SHOP OPENS IN GLEBE ST TODAY

The Crop Shop Two – is the same business as the original Crop Shop in Windsor Road – but has moved to Glebe St – the the former premises of “Sew Lovely”

Opening in Glebe St this Monday morning is a “new” barber shop called “Crop Shop two”.

The new business is has been set up in the former premises of “Sew Lovely” in Glebe St and is almost directly opposite Penarth Post Office

The Crop Shop business was originally operating in Windsor Road next door to Greggs – but moved out to temporary  accommodation at above the Image Boutique in Glebe St.

Now, the new Crop Shop – or Crop Shop Two as it’s called to distinguish itself from its former incarnation –  has been fitted out over the weekend and is due to open for the first customers later this morning .

 

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6 Responses to BIZWATCH : NEW BARBER-SHOP OPENS IN GLEBE ST TODAY

  1. Andrew Worsley says:

    Friendly staff and a pleasure to visit I wish them lots of luck.

  2. J24 says:

    Anyone who supports Brexit is xenophobic, so I’m glad this xenophobic, pro-pollution, anti-countryside buffoon is out.

  3. Andrew Worsley says:

    Think you’ve responded to the wrong news clip J24 ,never mind better luck next time .

  4. Jonathan Livingstone says:

    Best wishes also to the new hairdressing business recently opened in the former convenience store on the corner of Plassey Street and High Street.

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